Juno Nominees Announced

In 2013, the Juno Awards will be held in Regina. No word yet on who the host of the awards gala will be, but this year the awards are in Ottawa and the host is none other than Captain James Tiberius Kirk/T.J. Hooker/Denny Crane himself.

You can view the complete list of Juno nominees here. They run March 26-April 1 in Ottawa. As far as Saskatchewan artists go, here’s how they fared:

Single of the Year
The Sheepdogs: “I Don’t Know”

New Group of the Year
The Sheepdogs

Rock Album of the Year
The Sheepdogs: Learn & Burn

Aboriginal Album of the Year
Donny Parenteau: To Whom It May Concern

Roots and Traditional Album of the Year: Group
The Deep Dark Woods: The Place I Left Behind

Author: Gregory Beatty

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4 thoughts on “Juno Nominees Announced”

  1. In the first sentence you said the awards will be in Regina, then you say Ottawa. What is it?

    I only care because I want to meet Captain Kirk.

  2. If the 2013 Juno Awards aren’t hosted by Jack Semple… Saskishooped.

    Where is Joanies’ lifetime award?

    Shepdog ,yasure,.. Belle Plaine please.

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