Jun 30, 2020
By Andy Johnson
Zoomer music legend Bryan Adams took home this year’s Juno for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year for “Shine a Light.’
The win gives the 60-year old his 17th Juno win and puts him behind only Celine Dion and Anne Murray as the artist with the most.
Last night’s Juno Award Ceremony was streamed online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among the presenters were Juno winner Measha Brueggergosman and Raptor’s Power Forward Chris Boucher.
Classical Album – Large Ensamble of the Year, went to the Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal, with Kent Nagano conducting, for “The John Adams Album.”
Solo or Chamber Album of the Year went to Angela Schwarzkopf for “Detach.”
Classical Composition of the year went to Ana Sokolovich for her album “Evta.”