Nelly Furtado, K-Os, and Billy Talent Top Juno Nominations
Rockers Billy Talent, melodic rapper K-Os and pop star and Juno host Nelly Furtado have all earned five nominations for this year's Juno Awards.
Other multiple nominees include singer songwriter Sarah Harmer, Canadian Idol turned rocker Jacob Hoggard and the rest of his band Hedley, indie rockers Malajube, and singer and pianist Gregory Charles all with three nominations apiece. Alexisonfire, Three Days Grace, Sam Roberts, Jim Cuddy, Tomi Swick, The Tragically Hip, Ron Sexsmith, Nickelback, Mobile and Chantal Kreviazuk each have one nod a piece.
As reported earlier There Days Grace and Billy Talent have been slated to perform, K-Os, The Tragically Hip and Gregory Charles have also been added to the list of performers.
The awards ceremony will take place on April 1 in Saskatoon.
Here are the nominees in some of the major categories:
Juno fan Choice Award:
Single of the Year:
"Devil in a Midnight Mass" - Billy Talent
"All I Can Do" - Chantal Kreviazuk
"Pull Me Though" - Jim Cuddy
"Sunday Morning" - K-Os
"Promiscuous" - Nelly Furtrado featuring Timbaland
International Album of the Year:
Taking the Long Way - Dixie Chicks
Ancora - Il Divo
FutureSex/LoveSounds - Justin Timberlake
Confessions On A Dance Floor - Madonna
Stadium Arcadium - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Album of the Year:
Billy Talent II - Billy Talent
I Think of You - Gregory Charles
Hedley - Hedley
Loose - Nelly Furtado
One-X - Three Days Grace
Artist of the Year:
Group of the Year:
The Tragically Hip
Three Days Grace
New Artist of the Year:
Neverending White Lights
New Group of the Year:
Writer: Michelle Garcia