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Relive the 2017 JUNO Awards with live recordings on Google Play Music



The JUNO Awards stage is a hallowed place where Canadian music legends mix with rising stars -- and this year’s show in Ottawa was no different. The legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie kicked off the night by introducing Ottawa’s own A Tribe Called Red who were joined by Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq. The performances that followed, although musically diverse, paid a similar homage to Canada’s musical past and promising future, from Leslie Feist performing a stunning tribute to Leonard Cohen to cheeky rockers Arkells singing a song about… well… Drake’s Dad.

When looking at the top searched performances from last night’s show, it’s evident that Canadian musical taste also balances the classics with the contemporary. 

Google Play Music is thrilled to support Canada’s incredible music ecosystem as the official music streaming partner of the 2017 JUNO Awards. To celebrate, we’re offering everyone the chance to relive this year’s show by making top performances available for stream or download exclusively on Google Play Music at g.co/JUNOS.

Photo courtesy of Sidewalk Hustle Streams and downloads of tracks by participating artists include: A Tribe Called Red, The Strumbellas, Ruth B, Shawn Mendes, July Talk, Alessia Cara along with Canadian music legends Bryan Adams, Sarah Mclachlan and many more.

Listen on, Canada!

Posted by Andrew Lindsay, Manager, Music Label Partnerships, Google Play Music