The JUNO Awards Winner Highlights for 2023



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.

Bros Landreth

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.

Jewel Casselman

Jessie Reyez enjoys her Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year win.

Jessie Reyez

Avril Lavigne is crowned TikTok JUNO Fan Choice winner.

Avril Lavigne

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.

The Sadies

Digging Roots are named Contemporary Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year.

Digging Roots

Tenille Townes ecstatic as she accepts the JUNO for Country Album of the Year

Tenille Townes

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Ethan Michael
Ethan Michael
I'm Ethan Michael, a music-loving writer with a passion for capturing the essence of melodies through my words. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, I've combined my love for music and storytelling to delve deep into the intricacies of different genres and artists. My academic studies have equipped me with research skills, critical analysis, and a comprehensive understanding of music's cultural and historical context. From live performances to hidden gems, I'm constantly exploring the vibrant world of music, fueled by the desire to ignite conversations and inspire others to appreciate the magic of sound.

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