Charlotte Cardin Tops the 2024 Juno Awards Nominations List

Published February 6, 2024

Montreal's own Charlotte Cardin, an acclaimed singer-songwriter, has emerged as the front-runner for the 2024 Juno Awards, receiving a remarkable six nominations. Cardin, recognized for her exceptional talent, is contending for some of the most prestigious categories, including Album of the Year and Pop Album. Her striking presence in the Canadian music scene is further cemented by her previous accolades, having secured four Juno Awards in 2022.

Other Leading Nominees

Following in her footsteps, Toronto's R&B sensation Daniel Caesar and Ottawa's Nicholas Durocher, known professionally as Talk, are also in the spotlight with five nominations each. The award ceremony promises to be an eventful night, featuring performances from an array of artists including Nelly Furtado, who will also be hosting the Junos this year. The 53rd Annual Juno Awards are poised to take the stage at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, broadcasting live to audiences on March 24.

Notable Mentions

The nominations list features other noteworthy talents such as Tate McRae, the Calgary pop singer who made waves with her recent NHL All-Star Game performance, securing three nominations. Also celebrating three nominations is Grammy award-winning folk artist Allison Russell, vying for Songwriter of the Year among others. The stage will also see performances by an impressive lineup including Maestro Fresh Wes, Josh Rosh, Karan Aujla, and Talk, ensuring a night filled with musical diversity and excitement.

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