The 2023 JUNO Awards Winners celebrate in the Winner’s Room
One fun place to be at the JUNO Awards, is in the Winner’s Room, celebrating the artists’ wins along with them. Below, find Emily Plunkett’s highlights from the Winner’s Room in Edmonton.
The Bros. Landreth celebrate their Contemporary Roots Album of the Year win.
Following a powerful tribute to the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, rapper TOBi’s Shall I Continue? is named Rap Album/EP of the Year.
Jewel Casselman of Winnipeg’s Lakewood School is named the 2023 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year.
Jessie Reyez enjoys her Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year win.
Avril Lavigne is crowned TikTok JUNO Fan Choice winner.
And the winner for Dance Recording of the Year goes to Rêve.
Welcome to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Nickelback.
The Sadies pay tribute to the late Dallas Good with their Adult Alternative Album of the Year win.
Digging Roots are named Contemporary Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year.
Tenille Townes ecstatic as she accepts the JUNO for Country Album of the Year
Born and raised with thoughts and aspirations of becoming a famous bassist in Sarnia, ON; Emily Plunkett now lives in Gatineau, QC, and considers National Capital Region home sweet home. A product of the Beatles, MuchMusic and the Southwestern Ontario summer festival circuit (circa 2000), her interest and love in concert photography came almost completely by accident when her journalism program at Algonquin College required courses in photojournalism (and she quickly realized that photos taken at concerts using a DSLR are enormously better than ones she was taking on a point-and-shoot she bought for a trip to England). She is extremely proud of the fact she has seen Sloan in some form or another 25 times.