Jessie Reyez, Ali Gatie, JP Saxe, Tate McRae will perform at the 2021 Juno Awards
Organizers said on Thursday that musicians Jessie Reyez, Ali Gatie, JP Saxe, Tate McRae and William Prince will attend the Juno awards ceremony next month.
Reyez and Gatie both won the Canadian Music Awards for Singer of the Year, while Saxe and McRae competed for Breakthrough Singer of the Year. Gatie will perform with McRae and Saxe will share the stage with songwriter Julia Michaels.The two collaborated in the breakthrough craze in 2020 If the world is about to end, Nominated once a year.
And William Prince who was born in Manitoba – Relieved About to win the 2017 Album of the Year Award, he will perform with Serena Ryder, the six-time Juno Award winner.
This year’s Junos has been postponed twice, and this will be the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The award ceremony will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the award and will also celebrate another milestone. Canadian hip-hop royals Kardinal Offishall and Maestro Fresh Wes will join other stars to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Junos’ “Rap Record of the Year” category.
R&B/Soul artists Jully Black, NAV, Haviah Mighty and Michie Mee will also perform.
Among these performers, only NAV is competing for the trophy.Fan selection of the album and rap recording of the annual category Good Heart (Brown Boy 2 Deluxe Edition).
At the same time, the speakers include musician Alessia Cara, who originally planned to host the cancelled awards in 2020. The convenience of gold Andrew Phung, star of Toronto country music icon Shania Twain TikTok sensational basement gang, Actors Will Arnett and Michael Bublé.
Other presenters include:
- Singer and singer Buffy Sainte-Marie.
- Ed Robertson, lead singer of Barenaked Ladies.
- Jim Cuddy in the Blue Rodeo.
- Singer and lyricist Susan Aglukark (Susan Aglukark).
- Producer and DJ KAYTRANADA.
- R&B/Soul singer Liberty Silver.
- Arkells singer Max Kerman.
- Country music singer Paul Brandt (Paul Brandt).
- Singer and lyricist Sarah McLachlan (Sarah McLachlan).
- Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault (Steven Guilbeault).
The Junos Film Festival, hosted by the Canadian Institute of Recording Arts and Sciences, has been postponed twice and will be held on June 6th at 8pm Eastern Time at 5pm Pacific Time. Organizers stated that the show will be pre-recorded, although it will contain some live elements.
The show will be on CBC TV, CBC Gem, CBC Radio One, CBC Music and CBCMusic.ca/junos.
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