By Matthew Strauss.
The 2017 Juno Awards are broadcast on Sunday, April 2 on CTV. Today, the network and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences have announced that Feist will perform a Leonard Cohen tribute at the awards show. She is set to play an “arrangement of one of Cohen’s classic songs,” according to a press release. They have also revealed this year’s presenters, including Buffy Sainte-Marie (recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award), rapper Jazz Cartier, electronic duo Bob Moses, Juno nominee Chantal Kreviazuk, and more. Bryan Adams and comedian Russell Peters co-host the ceremony, which airs at 6:30 p.m. Eastern on April 2.
In the past, Feist covered Cohen’s “Closing Time” for the film Take This Waltz. Next month, Feist releases her new album Pleasure (April 28 via Interscope). So far, she’s shared the title track and spoken to Zane Lowe about the record.
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