The most awaited awarding event for the most outstanding musicians and artists in Canada really went well. It’s more like a concert party than an awarding for all your idolize artists like charming and awesome Carly Jae Repsen, Hot and stunning Hannah Georgas, Michael Buble, Bily Talent, Marianas Trench, K.D Lang, Serena Ryder and The Sheepdogs were all present and perfect on stage as they perform.

2013 JUNO Awards

The event was hosted by gorgeous Michael Buble who really stand out on his cool outfit with his astonishing smile. The whole Brandt Center was filled with applause and crowd cheers as the stage was really star studded with different artists. However, most of the awards were awarded at the private Gala last April 20. The remarkable awards are categorized by 33 different awards that were really awarded to the worthy and unstoppable artists of all times.

Canada’s Regina was really filled with splendid artists that are irreplaceable in the music industry. Some of the attendees were absent and was not able to join the event like Drake and Metric last Saturday, but the event still goes on with different awarding surprises. Carly Jae performed a heart whelming medley that really captured everyone’s attention since she has the biggest hit award that made the amazing event happen. After her hit single ‘Call me Maybe’ her new controversial album ‘Kiss’ is really struggling to the peak.

Photo Credit: CARAS/Arthur Ward

Other surprising performance where showed by different conspicuous artists like Michael Buble host himself and strike everyone with his comedian line. All in all it’s a big worth seeing event that you should not have missed. Canadians were really proud, and really happened to be so talented.

This 2013’s JUNO Winners are:

April 21 Broadcast

‘KISS’ by Carly Jae Jepsen – Album of the Year

‘Call Me Maybe’ by Carly Jae Jepsen – Single of the Year

‘Harmony’ by Serena Ryder- Adult Alternative Album of the Year

Justine Bieber- Juno Fan Choice Award

‘Old ideas’ by Leonard Cohen- Song Writer of the year

Marianas Trench- Group of the Year

K.D Lang- Canadian Hall of Fame Inductee

Monster Truck – Breakthrough Artist of the Year

April 20- Private Gala

Leonard Cohen – Artist of the Year

The Weeknd- Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Carly Rae Jepsen, “Kiss” – Pop Album of the Year

Johnny Reid, “Fire It Up” – Country Album of the Year

Metric, “Synthetica”- Alternative Album of the Year

Rush, “Clockwork Angels”- Rock Album of the Year

Classified, “Inner Ninja” (featuring David Myles.) – Rap Recording of the Year

Anjulie, “You and I”- Dance Recording of the Year

The weekend, “Trilogy”- RNB/ Soul Recording of the Year

Grimes, “Visions”- Electronic Album of the Year

Drake, “HYFR,” by Director X – Video of the Year

Shaw, “Youth Without Youth” and “Breathing Underwater,” from “Synthetica”- Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

The Tragically Hip, “Bobcaygeon” by Andy Keen, Bernie Breen, Patrick Sambrook and Shawn Marino – Music DVD of the Year

Woods of Ypres, “Woods 5: Gray Skies & Electric Light” – Hard Music Album of the Year

The Tenors, “Lead With Your Heart” Adult Contemporary Album of the Year

Rose Cousins, “We Have Made a Spark”- Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Solo

Elliott Brood, “Days Into Years”- Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Group

Emilie-Claire Barlow, Seule Ce Soir. – Vocal Jazz Album of the Year

Joel Miller, Swim. - Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

Murley, Bickert & Wallace, Test of Time. – Traditional Jazz Album of the Year

Pugs & Crows, Fantastic Pictures. – Instrumental Album of the Year

Louis-Jean Cormier, Le treizieme étage.- Francophone Album of the Year

Emilie Mover, “The Stella and Sam Album, featuring Emilie Mover”- Children’s Album of the Year

Amici Chamber Ensemble, Levant”- Classical Album of the Year, Solo or Chamber Ensemble

James Ehnes, “Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto” - Classical Album of the Year, Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment

Karina Gauvin, Prima Donna- Classical Album of the Year, Vocal or Choral Performance

Vivian Fung, “Violin Concerto”- Classical Composition of the Year

Exco Levi, “Storms of Life”- Reggae Recording of the Year

Crystal Shawanda, “Just Like You”- Aboriginal Album of the Year

Steve Strongman, “A Natural Fact”- Blues Album of the Year

The City Harmonic, “I Have a Dream (It Feels Like Home.) – Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year:

: Lorraine Klaasen, “Tribute to Miriam Makeba”- World Music Album of the Year

Kevin Churko (co-engineer Kane Churko): In This Moment, “Blood” (from Blood); Five Finger Death Punch, “Coming Down” (from American Capitalist.) – Recording Engineer of the Year

Justin Broadbent, art director/designer/photographer for Metric, “Synthetica” – Recording Package of the Year

Mumford & Sons, “Babel” – International Album of the Year

 

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