SOCAN Foundation is proud and happy to congratulate the artists nominated for the JUNO Awards!

SOCAN Foundation is proud and happy to congratulate the artists nominated for the JUNO Awards!

 

With the JUNO’s coming up soon it’s so exhilarating to see all the Canadian talent coming to the forefront of the music industry. Artists who are up and coming to artists who have held their ground with quality music both displaying a wide array of musical direction and prowess.

It’s important to note that many of these artists at one point were debating about finding a temporary job to support them through their musical journey. But this would mean it would take time away from doing what mattered to them the most, making music. SOCAN Foundation was formed in the hopes that these artists would be assisted financially in order to be able to focus on their main goal.

We are proud and happy to congratulate the artists who have been nominated for the JUNO Awards!
Some JUNO winners that we have assisted are listed below along with their award.

A Tribe Called Red – group of the year

Alvvays – group of the year / Alternative album of the year

Leif Vollebeck – Adult alternative album of the year

Terra Lightfoot – Adult alternative album of the year

Weaves – Alternative album of the year

Tanya Tagaq – Alternative album of the year

Ria Mae – Pop album of the year

Christine Jensen – Jazz album of the year : Group

Klo Pelgag – Francophone album of the year

Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra – Classical album of the year – Large Ensemble

Vincent Ho – Classical composition of the year

Kid Koala – Electronic album of the year

Blue Hawaii – Electronic album of the year

Metz – Metal/Hard music album of the year

Oktopus – Instrumental Album of the Year

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