The 43rd Juno Awards take place March 30 in Winnipeg, and promise to be an exciting event featuring outstanding Canadian talent.
We at Connect Hearing love music, but realize the volume at which people listen to music isn’t always healthy. According to hearingloss.ca, firearms, music, airplanes, lawnmowers, power tools and many appliances are louder than 80 decibels and potentially hazardous to hearing. We want your hearing to be at its best, which is why we encourage people to visit our clinics for free hearing tests.
These are the top tunes we hope to hear at this year's Juno Awards:
You Aint Seen Nothing Yet:
Bachman-Turner Overdrive is the 2014 Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductee. Here’s hoping they play their famous song. For the first time in more than 20 years, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner recently reunited to produce an eponymous studio album with all original new tracks. The duo will tour this summer.
A heartfelt Unapology:
Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida will be honoured with the 2014 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award. The couple has written several hit songs for artists such as Kelly Clarkson, David Cook, including Unapology by Carrie Underwood.
Life is a Highway:
Walt Grealis will receive the Special Achievement Award this year. Among other things, he is credited with discovering and developing the careers of A Foot In Coldwater, Crowbar, Klaatu, Serena Ryder and Tom Cochrane, who wrote Life is a Highway.