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Amelia Curran and Joel Plaskett Take Home Junos


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We are ecstatic to report that last night Amelia Curran took home the Roots and Traditional Recording of the Year statuette for Hunter Hunter, while Joel Plaskett captured Adult Alternative Recording of the Year for Three at the Junos award ceremony in St. John's. We think it's particularly sweet that Curran was awarded her first Juno in her hometown, where her musical career began. Congrats to you guys!!! Complete list of winners is here.

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