JUNO COUNTDOWN BEGINS...

In exactly 7 days, i'll be on my way to the city of Calgary for the JUNO AWARDS! Kewul! Here's some info and i'll add a url link to check out too! The 2008 JUNO Awards, Sunday, April 6 on CTV Get ready to rock! With the biggest night in Canadian music approaching, CTV revealed today the final elements of its broadcast plan for The 2008 JUNO Awards. Airing live on Sunday, April 6 at 8 p.m. ET from Calgary’s Pengrowth Saddledome, the 2-hour broadcast will see 7 JUNO Awards handed out by 17 presenters from atop an imaginative and original set designed to echo Calgary’s rich past and booming present. The awards broadcast will be preceded by the official JUNOS red carpet special, eTalk at the JUNOS, at 7 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Seventeen presenters will hand out eight awards during the CTV broadcast, which includes the induction of legendary rock band Triumph to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Confirmed presenters include nominees AlexCuba, Belly, Corb Lund, Deborah Cox, Tom Cochrane, illScarlett, Jesse Cook, James Ehnes, Pascale Picard, Serena Ryder, Sophie Milman, Suzie McNeil, and Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor from Blue Rodeo. As well, the winner of the Doritos Ultimate Fan contest will bestow the JUNO Fan Choice Award presented by Doritos. Additionally, Rock group Triumph will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame during the broadcast. Visit www.junoawards.ca or Junos.CTV.ca or for a complete list of nominees in each category. As previously announced, The 2008 JUNO Awards features 15 dynamic Canadian artists performing throughout the star-studded, two-hour show. Featuring a wide variety of musical genres, this year’s stellar performance lineup includes JUNO nominees Avril Lavigne, Feist, Finger Eleven, Hedley, Jully Black, Measha Brueggergosman and Michael Bublé. Fellow nominee Anne Murray will appear in special duet performances with Jann Arden and Sarah Brightman. Aaron Lines, Gord Bamford, Johnny Reid, Paul Brandt and Shane Yellowbird are all nominees performing in a special all-country musical tribute to host city Calgary and the province of Alberta. Hit up this link for MORE: http://www.ctv.ca/junoawards/