Shania Twain, Neil Young, and Arcade Fire top the list of Juno Awards 2011 winners

By on Mar 28, 2011 in Entertainment, North America Comments

Shania Twain, Neil Young, and Arcade Fire top the list of Juno Awards 2011 winners, which was held on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Canada.



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Shania Twain, 45, who won five Grammy Awards in her entire career, was inducted to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame as presented by Bryan Adams, and told reporters that she will be recording a new album soon.

Neil Young won the Artist of the Year Awards, as the 65-year old rock legend also received the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, while his album Le Noise won the Adult Alternative Album of the Year Award.

Meanwhile, Arcade Fire won the Album of the Year award for their album, The Suburbs, who also won the Group of the Year award and the Songwriter of the Year award.

On the other hand, Meaghan Smith won the Best New Artist award, while Justin Bieber won the Juno Fan Choice Award and his album My World 2.0 won the Pop Album of the Year award.

The Juno Awards 2011, on its 40th year, paraded the Canadian musicians and featured a two-and-a-half hour presentation; showcased the performances of Down with Webster, Sarah McLachlan and others with Drake as the host.

The complete list of the Juno Awards 2011 winners can be found at the Juno Awards official website.



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