The JUNO Awards come to London this week for the very first time. To celebrate, we thought we’d look back at some of our favourite moments from Junos passed! Flash back to the 1990s – come with us!

Going back to 1992 when Tom Cochrane won 4 Juno Awards (twice as many as his Canadian rock rival Bryan Adams that year). Pictured above with his arms stretched out, and a cheeky smirk – looks like Tom’s getting a little cocky backstage! He’s won 8 Juno Awards over his musical career.

Moving on to Alanis Morissette, who took home the Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year for Jagged Little Pill in 1996. What’s great about her acceptance speech is presenter Burton Cummings giving her a supportive thumbs up right before taking the mic, and the fact that she so humbly thanks Canada for allowing her to grow as an artist.



Bryan Adams is one of the all-time top winners at the Junos. Behind Anne Murray and Celine Dion, Adams’ has taken home 18 awards and been nominated for 60 over the span of his career. In 1997 Adams took home the prestigious award for Male Artist of the Year.

Get a look at these two Canadian beauties!

Flashback JUNO Awards
(Photo by KMazur/WireImage)


Last but not least, take a look at a young Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip as they accept the Juno Award for Album Of The Year forTrouble at the Henhouse in 1997. The award was presented by fellow Canadian superstar Shania Twain, and Gord makes a point of mentioning how great it is to be a musician in this fine country.




Flash forward to 2019, and here’s all the awesome Juno events we’re looking forward to! Get your tickets here.

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