The 2015 Juno Awards celebrated the best in Canadian music with the big live telecast on Sunday, March 15, and CTV busted out the red carpet outside Hamilton’s FirstOntario Centre to give the celebrities VIP treatment.
Sitting backstage in the media room at the Juno Awards Gala Dinner, which is at the Hamilton Convention Centre tonight, the press are waiting for the winners to be announced so we can get a few moments of their time. The night is a slow burn, but it’s a rare opportunity to catch up with arange of artists from a lot of different musical genres.
Enjoy some of Canada’s best singer-songwriters as the 2015 Songwriters’ Circle takes over The Great Hall at Hamilton Place this Sunday, March 15 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM.
Queen street was steamy today, and so was the Pepsi Pop-Up event when singer Lights took the stage to sing a few songs in front of lucky fans who had won their way into the event.
The Juno Awards are still on CTV, and I’m still watching, apparently. So far, not an outstanding year, but it has its moments.
Russell Peters and Michael Buble do a little comedy bit. “I’m Russell Peters and if I don’t get to host the Junos ‘Someone’s going to get hurt real bad’,” Buble jokes.
The night is still far from over, but it’s official: I’m done with my ninth Canadian Music Week, and it was one of the best to date. Hardly my usual marathon of venues, but I feel like I saw just enough this year, without overloading on acts I’ll never remember.