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Juno Awards show details finalized

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Details have been finalized for Sunday night's Juno Awards broadcast, including the tribute to Canadian Hall of Music Fame inductees Bachman Turner-Overdrive that will close out the show.

The tribute will feature the Sheepdogs along with several 2014 Juno nominees, including East Coast rocker Matt Mays, country rocker Tim Hicks and Sadies guitarist Travis Good. The group will perform BTO's classic 1973 hits, Let It Ride and Takin' Care of Business.

Several other performances have also been announced, including a world première mash-up performance by Classified, performing Three Foot Tall, and Serena Ryder performing "What I Wouldn't Do". Tegan and Sara will perform their smash-hit "Closer" with a choir composed of fans from across North America, led by Toronto-based group Choir! Choir! Choir!. Viral-video sensations Walk Off the Earth will team up with Winnipeg's all-female hand-drum group, Red Robe Women's Drum Society. Arcade Fire will take part in the broadcast with an exclusive première taped performance from South America. Other previously announced performers include Brett Kissel, Dean Brody, Gord Bamford, OneRepublic, Robin Thicke and Sarah McLachlan.

Several more presenters have also been added to the roster, including Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy and Trevor Guthrie, both nominees. They join A Tribe Called Red, Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida, July Talk, Kardinal Offishall, the Sadies, Sarah McLachlan, Shad, Small Town Pistols, astronaut Chris Hadfield, Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover and the 2014 Olympic gold-medal curling team skipped by Jennifer Jones.

Co-hosted by Classified, Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder, the Juno Awards air live Sunday, on CTV at 8 p.m.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 26, 2014 D3

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