‘To say we weren’t disappointed would be a lie’: Artists react to cancellation of Juno Awards

The Hunter Brothers and their households had been bound for Saskatoon on Thursday — travelling in a a few-car or truck convoy somewhere amongst Kyle and Rosetown — when they realized this year’s Juno Awards had been cancelled due to problems around the distribute of COVID-19.

“To say we weren’t let down would be a lie simply because it is a thing we’ve been so psyched about,” J.J. Hunter reported.

The sibling state tunes team, slated to participate in in a Junos kickoff concert Thursday night, have long been admirers of the once-a-year awards clearly show celebrating Canadian tunes.

“Increasing up in smaller-city Saskatchewan, being aware of that they had been getting held here in our residence province, being aware of that we obtained to be a portion of them… we have been psyched for a prolonged time,” Hunter reported.

The Hunters Brothers had been on the street to Saskatoon
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