From Fred Penner to Anne Murray: listen to Juno Award-winning children's music

CBC Music releases the sixth of 11 brand new Juno-related streams. Hear it now.

CBC Music releases the sixth of 11 brand new Juno-related streams. Hear it now.

Anne Murray is featured on CBC Music's new Junos stream. (Canadian Press)

The 2018 Juno Awards are quickly approaching, and we're preparing for the award show by releasing 11 brand new Juno-related streams.

We've already released five, including Songwriter of the YearJazz Album of the Year: GroupClassical Album of the Year: Large EnsembleCountry Album of the YearPop Album of the Year. Today's stream is Children's Album of the Year.

For almost 40 years, the Junos have handed out an award for children's album of the year. In the stream above, take a trip back to your childhood — or celebrate with your kids — by listening to Canadian favourites like Fred Penner, Diana Panton, Anne Murray, Al Simmons and more.

The 47th annual Juno Awards will take place on March 25, 2018, in Vancouver. We'll be releasing one stream a day over 11 days, so stay tuned to CBC.ca/junos to keep up with the new music. That's also where you'll get all our Juno Awards coverage, and where you'll be able to watch the awards live from the Rogers Centre in 2018.

More to explore:

Get your tickets for the 2018 Juno Awards, hosted by Michael Bublé

Listen to top Canadian jazz ensembles of Juno Awards past

Serena Ryder to the Weeknd: listen to our stream of Juno Award-winning songwriters


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