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Juno Twitter List
March 24, 2011
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This Sunday's two and a half hour presentation of the 2011 Juno Awards will feature nine performances; personally I'm looking forward to the tribute to The Band's Levon Helm.

With a two hour broadcast, chances are you may just look at your computer and/or phone to follow along on Twitter. So to aid you in this, I've put together a list of some important industry Tweeters and artists on the Juno Tip.

@alancross (always a great insider, Explore Music host is always in the know for music)
@ThatEricAlper (one of our favourite "Label" guys, Eric has already been tweeting the Junos this week)
@curlybecs (Karkwa, Arcade Fire publicist)
@CHARTattack (Canadian Music Magazine, I play hockey with them)
@LaineyGossip (you know Lainey will be working and tweeting)
@exclaimnews (another great source for Canadian music)
@muchmusic (sort of a soft spot for this one)

@drakkardnoir (Drake, host and probably a winner of a handful of awards)
@buck65 (Buck is presenting, always a great follow)
@deadmau5 (Canadian electro darling will be a newby to this show)
@kardinalO (Kardy will capture backstage hi-jinx on his feed, guaranteed)
@Metric (Emily Haines, lead singer, is presenting)
@JohnnyReid (a voice like scratched velour, many JR fans on our show)
@TokyoPoliceClub (one of our favourite musical guests this year)


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