K.D. Lang to Perform at Canada's Juno Awards
The April 21 Canadian music awards will also feature performances by Carly Rae Jepsen, Michael Buble and Marianas Trench.
TORONTO – K.D. Lang memorably performed Leonard Cohen's epic song "Hallelujah" barefoot during the 2005 Juno Awards, and then again to help open the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Now the iconic Canadian singer/songwriter has been tapped to perform again, this time at the 2013 Junos, Canada’s music awards, before being inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame on April 21, organizers said Tuesday.
The pop singer has earned eight Junos and four Grammys over her 25-year career, and will receive her latest industry tribute as the Junos take place in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Lang joins a Junos performer roster that includes Carly Rae Jepsen, Michae Buble and rockers Marianas Trench.
The 2013 Juno Awards, staged by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, will air on the CTV network.
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