Coeur de pirate, Loud, the Reklaws and Jeremy Dutcher set to perform at the Juno Awards

They artists will join the already announced Loud Luxury and Bülow.

These artists will join the already announced Loud Luxury and Bülow

(Coeur de pirate/Facebook)

The 2019 Juno Awards are just a few weeks away and today, CBC and the Canadian Academy of Arts and Sciences have announced more artists who are set to perform at the March 17 broadcast event. 

Pop songwriter Coeur de pirate, Québec rapper Loud, country duo the Reklaws and tenor and composer Jeremy Dutcher will take the stage, joining previously announced performers Loud Luxury, Bülow and Hall of Fame inductee Corey Hart. The show will be hosted by singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan. 

Coeur de pirate and Loud, both nominated for francophone album of the year for their respective records, En cas de tempête, ce jardin sera fermé and Une année record, will team up for a special performance. Brother-sister country act the Reklaws are up for country album of the year for their debut EP, Feels Like That. And Dutcher, who is nominated for Indigenous music album of the year for his 2018 Polaris Music Prize-winning Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, will be joined onstage at the Junos by classical album of the year nominee Blake Pouliot.

Jeremy Dutcher performs LIVE at the 2018 Polaris Music Prize Gala. His album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, is shortlisted for the 2018 Polaris Music Prize. 8:23

Pop star Tyler Shaw has also been added. The B.C. singer-songwriter is up for pop album of the year for his 2018 sophomore album, Intuition.

Wherever you are on March 17, you can watch the Juno Awards live from Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont., at cbcmusic.ca/junos.


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