#GlobalNews: “2018 Juno Awards nominees: Arcade Fire, Jessie Reyez lead the pack – National”


The nominees have been announced for the 2018 Juno Awards, broadcasting live from Vancouver on March 25 with host Michael Bublé.

Arcade Fire and Jessie Reyez lead the pack with four nominations apiece, with the former getting nods for both Single of the Year and Album of the Year.

Reyez is also scheduled to perform at the awards ceremony, as well as longtime band Hedley and new star Daniel Caesar.

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You can find a partial list of nominees in the major categories below.

Album of the Year

“Everything Now”, Arcade Fire
“Revival”, Johnny Reid
“Nobody But Me”, Michael Buble
“Safe Haven”, Ruth B
“Now”, Shania Twain

Artist of the Year

Daniel Caeser
Gord Downie
Ruth B
Shania Twain

Juno Fan Choice

Alessia Cara
Jessie Reyez
Justin Bieber
Shawn Hook
Shawn Mendes
The Weeknd
Walk off the Earth

Single of the Year

“How Far I’ll Go”, Alessia Cara
“Everything Now”, Arcade Fire
“Knocking at the Door”, Arkells
“I Feel It Coming”, The Weeknd
“There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”, Shawn Mendes

Group of the Year

A Tribe Called Red
Arcade Fire
Broken Social Scene

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Allan Rayman
Charlotte Cardin
Jessie Reyez
Virginia to Vegas

Breakthrough Group of the Year

James Barker Band
The Beaches
The Dead South
The Franklin Electric
The Jerry Cans

Songwriter of the Year

Amelia Curran
Charlotte Cardin
Gord Downie and Kevin Drew
Rose Cousins
Scott Helman

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

“Watershed”, Amelia Curran
“Bone on Bone”, Bruce Cockburn
“Medicine Songs”, Bubby Sainte-Marie
“Innusiq”, The Jerry Cans
“The Weather Station”, The Weather Station

Classic Album of the Year (Vocal or Choral)

“Crazy Girl Crazy”, Barbara Hannigan with Ludwig Orchestra
“The Tree of Life”, Daniel Taylor with The Trinity Choir
“In the Stream of Life: Songs by Sibelius”, Gerald Finley with Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
“Mother of Light: Armenian Hymns & Chants in Praise of Mary”, Isabel Bayrakdarian with Coro Vox Aeterna
“Schubert Sessions: Lieder with Guitar”, Philippe Sly and John Charles Britton

Instrumental Album of the Year

“Stubborn Persistent Illusion”, Do Make Say Think
“Sweat”, Five Alarm Funk
“Cuphead”, Kristofer Maddigan
“Oktopus”, Hapax
“Peregrine Falls”, Peregrine Falls

Dance Recording of the Year

“Not Going Home”, DVBBS ft. Gia Koka and CMC$
“Get What You Give”, Felix Cartal
“Deeper”, Kapri
“Closer”, Nick Fiorucci” ft. Laurell
“Almost Home”, Sultan + Shepard ft. Nadia Ali and Iro

For a complete list of nominees, you can visit the Junos official site.

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