Feist Feist, Kalan Porter and Sum 41 have all been added to the list of Canadian musicians who will be performing at this year’s Juno Awards ceremony.
Leslie Feist is nominated for three Junos this year after the success of her second solo album, Let It Die. She’s nominated for New Artist Of The Year, Alternative Album Of The Year and Video Of The Year. This won’t be her first shot at a Juno – she’s already been awarded one statue as a part of Broken Social Scene for Best Alternative Album.
Sum 41 need no introduction as Canada’s top punk band. They’ve received two Juno nominations for their latest record, Chuck – Rock Album Of The Year and Group Of The Year.
Canadian Idol’s Kalan Porter on the other hand hasn’t received any nominations at the Junos. He’ll more than likely be performing one of his singles from his debut 219 Days. His addition to the list probably has something to do with the fact that front row and stage tickets were given out to participants at this year’s Canadian Idol tryouts in Winnipeg.
The list of performers already includes Billy Talent, K.D. Lang, Simple Plan, The Tragically Hip, Neil Young, K-OS and a huge tribute to Winnipeg that includes Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings.