Neil Young goes solo
Gordon Lightfoot, Celine Dion, Oscar Peterson, Sam Roberts, Anne Murray, The Barenaked Ladies. What do these artists all have in common? They've all won Juno Awards. Since 1970, the Junos have been held each year to celebrate excellence in Canadian music. In honour of the annual ceremony, the CBC Digital Archives has pulled together a diverse collection of radio and TV clips that shine the spotlight on some notable past Juno winners.
Program: This is Robert Fulford
Broadcast Date: Feb. 11, 1969
Guest(s): Neil Young
Interviewer: Robert Fulford
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Last updated: January 20, 2014
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