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Celebrate International Women’s Day at Let’s Hear It!


Mamarudegyal MTHC

On March 7th, Music BC and Cushy Entertainment are hosting a live showcase in celebration of International Women’s Day. The line-up features Turunesh, Mamarudegyal MTHC,  Missy D, DJ Denise and special guest host Tonye. This event is brought to us in part by Music BC’s Let’s Hear It! showcases.


Tonye

The showcase series offers a unique chance for artists to establish a sense of community by connecting with fans and members of the music industry through live performances and meaningful networking experiences. Let’s Hear It! champions the development of emerging artists and encourages inclusion and diversity in BC’s music industry.

 

 


Missy D (bottom left) Turunesh (top right)

Music BC is a non-profit society serving the British Columbia music industry by providing essential information, education, funding, advocacy, showcasing, and networking opportunities. Music BC is dedicated to developing the spirit, growth, and sustainability of the BC music community by supporting artists of all genres and music professionals throughout the industry.

Let’s Hear It! Live is supported by Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia, The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings (FACTOR) and the Government of Canada.

Purchase tickets here.

The B.C. Artists nominated for JUNO Awards

 

Canada’s West Coast sweeps up multiple JUNO Award nominations for Canada’s biggest night in music.

 

Among the nominees are namesake and rising talent from British Columbia. View the full list of British Columbian nominees below.


Steve Bays

Producer of the Year

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Juno Fan Choice, Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Bryan Adams
Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, Adult Contemporary Album of the Year

Michael Buble
Album of the Year

Black Mountain
Alternative Album of the Year

Ben Kaplan 
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

Dan Bremnes 
Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

Ryan Worsley 
Recording Engineer of the Year

Bria Skonberg
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year 

Chor Leoni
Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral

Felix Cartal & Lights
Dance Recording of the Year

Johnny Jansen
Music Video of the Year

April Verch
Traditional Roots Album of the Year

 

The Juno Awards take place in March 2020 in Saskatoon. For the full list of nominees, visit the official JUNO website.