LP folk-bluegrass act Sugar & Joy won the Juno for album traditional roots of the year, and the public at home won with the performance of Dead South of the ” Diamond Ring “.
Nate Hilts and Co. has brought an energy and a glow with a ” Diamond Ring “, from their third album, the award-winning.
Speaking before its release last October, the group of Regina, Saskatchewan, explained how the producer formed by FAME Studio, Jimmy Nutt, had changed the disc in gold.
“We are really proud of the instrumentation of our new album,” said the group. “With the first two records, we were still trying to find how to put it all together. With the help of Jimmy, we really understand how the instruments fit together as a whole. ”
The 49th Junos annual took place virtually, presented by TD and broadcast on CBC.
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