Leonard Cohen’s son Adam paid tribute to his late father as he accepted the Artist Of The Year gong on his behalf at Canada’s Juno Awards this weekend (01-02Apr17).
The annual ceremony recognizes the most talented musicians in Canada, with a gala dinner held on Saturday night (01Apr17) before the remaining winners were announced at a ceremony at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on Sunday (02Apr17).
Saturday’s celebration saw Adam take to the stage to accept the prize for his father, who died last November (16), and joked about the amount of nominees, including The Weekend and Drake, missing the ceremony.
“As you know, Leonard Cohen is not here to accept this award. Many international artists find excuses to not participate in the Junos. I think he’s found the best one yet,” Adam laughed, referencing the fact that both Drake and The Weekend are being kept busy on tour.
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The weather system due to hit Newfoundland on Monday just got worse.
Environment Canada has issued blizzard warnings for almost the entire island, upgrading the special weather statements about significant snowfall and high winds that had been in effect for most of Newfoundland.
In the St. John’s area, light snow is forecast to begin Sunday evening, getting heavy at times overnight and Monday morning. Environment Canada forecasts the snow will turn to ice pellets or freezing rain by Monday afternoon, before becoming snow again Monday evening, tapering to flurries on Tuesday. Between 15 and 30 centimetres are expected to fall by Monday morning.
Bobby McIntyre is starting to get some International attention with his music. He is very real with others and appreciates the importance of his fans and friends. In just 3 years he has built a solid fan base that grows every day as a result of his music and Social Media marketing chops. His songs are getting some worldwide airplay as well and he is now a “top 10” CMT.com most popular artist and “top 20” MTV.com most popular Artist. With over 400 thousand fans online that follow him, it’s clear to see that this singer is on his way to bigger and better things. Bobby has performed the National Anthem for Rascal Flatts, Clay Walker, Tracy Lawrence, Jo Dee Messina, Chely Wright and Daryle Singletary, in front of thousands of people. He has written songs with some of the best songwriters in the world. Bobby McIntyre’s career is now just truly starting to take off.
Brad Paisley is everything he’s supposed to be: a nice guy who’s actually nice, a “country” man who celebrates his surroundings without disrespecting others’, a wise man who even at his absolute nadir understood that he has no idea what it’s like in someone else’s skin. He also plays a ton of guitar and turns more clever phrases than Robert Downey Jr. and writes his own damn songs. He makes soft-focus mush like marriages and fatherhood and whiskey and fishing sound like a blast, except when he’s breaking your heart, and he virtually never means to hurt anyone. He’s the rightful successor to his ’90s analog, the witty, hearty, hooky Garth Brooks, and next month he releases Love and War, which will have collaborations with Mick Jagger and Timbaland.