ALEXANDRA STRÉLISKI, ALI GATIE, CITY AND COLOUR, MEGHAN PATRICK, ISKWĒ AND THE DEAD SOUTH TO PERFORM AT JUNOS

Juno Awards take place on March 15 in Saskatoon

Meghan Patrick, City and Colour and The Death South will be performing at the Juno Awards on March 15 in Saskatoon. (CBC Music/Fred Chartrand of the Canadian Press/CBC Music)

Alexandra Stréliski, Ali Gatie, City and Colour, iskwē, Meghan Patrick and The Dead South have been announced as the final round of performers for the 2020 Juno Awards taking place in Saskatoon next month.

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences also announced that Anne Murray will induct Jann Arden into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Murray was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1993 and holds the title of most Juno Award wins with 25 trophies.

Previously announced performers include Arden, R&B singer Daniel Caesar, pop artist Lennon Stella, rock band the Glorious Sons, rapper Tory Lanez and 2020 Juno Awards host Alessia Cara.

Saskatchewan-based bluegrass quartet The Dead South are up again for traditional roots album of the year with Sugar and Joy. Travelling the world has meant the band now has fans of their bluegrass sound all over the globe. In 2014, the band was picked up by a German record label and have been touring overseas three times a year ever since.

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