Red Carpet Style at the Juno Awards
The Tenors take a moment to pose on the red carpet at the Juno Awards on Sunday
Some of Canada’s biggest musical stars gathered in Calgary this past weekend for the 45th annual Juno Awards. The two day event started on Saturday with a Gala Dinner, where most of the awards were given out, but the presentation was not televised but live streamed online.
Sunday night’s show – which included several live performances – was televised and hosted by Jann Arden and Jon Montgomery. While some of Canada’s global superstars like Justin Bieber, The Weeknd or Celine Dion were not in attendance, there were no shortage of stars and style – and Mounties! – on the Junos red carpet.
He knows its only rock and roll and he likes it so Music impresario Allan Reid, president of the Junos and Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, dresses down for the night.
The ultra fashionable Toronto band, Young Empires’ future is so bright they gotta wear shades and classic hipster gear
On off Canadian couple and superstars – Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger — are twinning in smart black.
In anything but basic black, and accompanied by his wife in the same , Rock legend and former Guess Who frontman, Burton Cummings, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame for his solo work at this year’s Juno Awards.
The Canadian Tuxedo gets a dapper upgrade with real not denim tuxedo jackets on The Tenors.
Canadian country music star Dean Brody strikes a pitch perfect sartorial mix of casual country checks with city slicker suitings.
Started as a busking band on the streets of Toronto in 2010, the guerrilla folksy group known as Lemon Bucket Orkestra went for apropos bohemian flair.
Iconic Buffy St Marie sticks to her trademark style of rock star glitz and native culture.
The siblings band Blackburn arrives doing the night’s best impression of Geezer Chic.