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Tom Wilson is a musician, author, artist and three-time Juno Award winner, who will be a special performer at the 2020 Juno Awards.
The 61-year-old from Hamilton, Ontario, is best known for his blues and rock music, including the band Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.
Adult Contemporary Album of the Year nominee Nuela Charles is another artist added to the list of presenters at the 2020 Junos.
Charles has released four albums in her career, including 'Aware', 'The Grand Hustle', 'Distant Danger', and 'Melt'.
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Singer Lights is a three-time Juno Award winner and 2020 Juno Award nominee for Dance Recording.
Some of her well-known hits are "Love Me" with Felix Cartal, "Up We Go" and "Drive My Soul".
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Five-time Juno contender Felix Cartal, who's up for Dance Recording of the Year will present at the awards this year.
The DJ has collaborated with several different artists, such as R3hab and Lights.
Juno Award nominee for Country Album of the Year Dallas Smith will be one of the many presenters at the 2020 Juno Awards.
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At 22, singer and songwriter Ali Gatie is in line to become Canada’s next big superstar.
His single, "It’s You" is certified Double Platinum in Canada and surging on charts across the world. His music has even been shared by Hollywood’s biggest names, including Kim Kardashian.
Gatie is nominated for two Junos this year including Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Fan Choice Award.
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Born in Oshawa, Ont., at just 20-years-old Lennon Stella has made quite the name for herself.
After starring on the ABC hit "Nashville" for 6 years, Stella ventured into a singing career that has reached groundbreaking success. Her single “La Di Da '' has over 70 million Spotify streams and is nominated at this year’s Junos for Single of the Year. She has even toured with music’s biggest names including The Chainsmokers and 5SOS.
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Ottawa duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine took the Canadian music world by storm when they were first launched into the spotlight in 2018 and the pair shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Following the commercial success of their chart topping hit, “Ain't Easy,” the pair released their debut EP “8:47” and scored another Top 10 radio hit with the track, “You.”
While the duo is hard at work creating new music and eyeing international success, they score two Juno nominations for Pop Album of the Year and Group of the Year.
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From Grand Prairie, Alberta, Tenille Townes has definitely had a breakthrough year, emerging as one of Canada’s biggest country artists.
Winning all four of her nominations at the 2019 Canadian Country Music Awards, Townes - who is currently on the road with Miranda Lambert - is gearing up for the release of her debut album later this year.
She’s up for both Songwriter of the Year and Breakthrough Artist of the Year at this year’s Junos.
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Somali-Canadian singer Amaal is establishing herself in the R&B music scene as a force to be reckoned with.
With her earlier releases getting notable recognition, Amaal dropped her debut EP, "Black Dove" in the summer of 2019. Between its soulful lyrics and pulsing production the EP is an R&B masterpiece, nabbing a Junos nomination in the R&B/Soul Recording of the Year category.
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Between releasing a new album and going on their first headlining tour, 2019 was a big year for The Reklaws and they are just getting started.
Nominated for Group of the Year at this year’s Junos, this dynamic duo becomes the first country act to be nominated in an all-genre category at the awards ceremony.
Poised to become Country’s next big superstars, it’s safe to say The Reklaws are truly on the come up.
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Halifax duo Neon Dreams have received major recognition for their fresh take on music. Their sounds pull influences from pop, rock, EDM, hip-hop, reggae and more.
Their debut album, "Sweet Dreams till Sunbeams" was released last summer and features the radio hit “High School Dropout”.
With newfound musical perspective and an ever-growing fan base, Neon Dreams’ Juno nomination for Breakthrough Group of the Year comes as no surprise.
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With a distinct sound that you will surely love, Toronto indie-pop group, Valley, has become one of the most refreshing new bands of the decade.
Their major-label debut “Maybe” took two years to create, but it was worth the wait. Filled with catchy uptempos, deserving of international recognition, the release positions Valley as a group destined for stardom.
The band is nominated for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2020 Junos.
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Since bursting onto the Toronto rap scene in 2017 with his breakout single “Killamonjaro”, Killy’s come up has been unstoppable.
The rising star has accumulated over 800 million streams globally, making him one of the biggest rap acts to come out of Toronto since Drake.
His latest project, “Light Path 8” is nominated for Rap Recording of the Year at this year’s Junos.