Ali Gatie and Tate McRae, Jessie Reyez, Justin Bieber, JP Saxe with Julia Michaels, Kardinal Offishall, Maestro Fresh Wes, NAV, William Prince with Serena Ryder and more confirmed to perform at 50th Annual JUNO Awards on CBC
Appearances by Alessia Cara, Jim cuddy, KAYTRANADA, Michael Bublé, Shania Twain, Geddy lee and Alex Lifeson from RUSH and more
TORONTO, May 27, 2021 / CNW / – The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and CBC today announced the full list of artists and presenters for the golden anniversary of the JUNO Awards broadcast on Sunday June 6. The exciting lineup of artists who will perform to celebrate 50 years of Canadian music will include: five-time JUNO Award nominee and R & B-pop artist Ali gatie, who will perform alongside the two-time JUNO Award nominated alternative pop singer Tate McRae; triple recipient of the JUNO award Jessie reyez; seven-time JUNO award winner and world superstar Justin bieber; moving singer-songwriter and five-time nominee for the 2021 JUNO awards JP Saxony featuring a multi-platinum artist and songwriter Julia michaels and winner of the JUNO Prize William prince featuring six-time JUNO Award winner Serena ryder.
Four-time winner of the JUNO Prize Kardinal Offishall and two-time JUNO award winner, multiple JUNO award nominees and R & B / Soul artist Jully Black will join two-time JUNO award winner Maestro Fresh Wes, nine times nominated for the JUNO awards NAV, 2019 Polaris Music Prize Winner Haviah mightyand pioneer of hip hop Michie Mee, to pay tribute to the 30th anniversary of the JUNO Rap Recording of the Year category and the influence the genre has had on the Canadian rap scene as a whole.
Presenters for the 50th Annual JUNO Award include: Five-time JUNO Award winner Alessia Cara; actor and comedian Andrew Phung (Kim’s convenience, Run the Burbs); TikTok sensations The basement gang; Indigenous activist and inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame Buffy Sainte-Marie; The leader of the Barenaked Ladies Ed robertson; Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame Gordon Lightfoot; Blue Rodeo’s Jim cuddy; record producer and DJ KAYTRANADA; legendary R&B and soul singer Liberty silver; Arkells lead singer Max Kerman; 14-time JUNO award recipient Michael Bublé; country music artist Paul Brandt; Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan; Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and country music icon, Shania twain, Minister of Canadian Heritage The Honorable Steven Guilbeault; From Nunavut first Inuk artist to receive a JUNO award Susan aglukark and Canadian actor, producer and spokesperson for Freedom Mobile Will arnett.
Full press release available here.
SOURCE CARAS / The JUNO Awards
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