Leonard Cohen, k.d. lang, Carly Rae Jepsen Lead Winners at 2013 Juno Awards
Published Apr 21, 2013Following the Juno Awards' non-televised gala last night (April 20), the annual Canadian awards ceremony handed out more prizes during tonight's live broadcast at the Brandt Centre in Regina, SK. The evening's winners included Leonard Cohen, k.d. lang, Carly Rae Jepsen and more.
Jepsen took home some of the night's biggest prizes. Following her non-televised victory for Pop Album of the Year, her disc Kiss won Album of the Year while her ubiquitous hit "Call Me Maybe" won Single of the Year.
Pop star Justin Bieber won the Juno Fan Choice Award, while Marianas Trench beat out the likes of Rush and Metric to win Group of the Year. Monster Truck won Breakthrough Group of the Year, and Serena Ryder won Adult Alternative Album of the Year for Harmony.
The night also honoured some veteran Canadian stars. Leonard Cohen won Songwriter of the Year, adding to his prior Artist of the Year win at the non-televised gala. Furthermore, k.d. lang was honoured by being inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
In addition to handing out awards, the ceremony included performances from the likes of k.d. lang, Serena Ryder, Marianas Trench, Hannah Georgas, Metric, Billy Talent, Classified and more. The ceremony was hosted by Michael Buble.
Read up on last night's non-televised winners here.