The Tedious South were very great alive and kicking on the 2020 Juno Awards, with the four-share snaring a trophy and handing over a punchy performance.
The folk-bluegrass act’s LP Sugar & Pleasure won the Juno for old roots album of the year, and the viewers at home won with the Tedious South’s performance of “Diamond Ring.”
Nate Hilts and Co. brought an vitality and sparkle with “Diamond Ring,” lifted from their award-successful third album.
Speaking ahead of its release last October, the Regina, Saskatchewan-essentially based mostly band explained how FAME Studio-educated producer Jimmy Nutt turned the sage into gold.
“We’re essentially gay with the instrumentation on our new album,” the band talked about. “With the first two records, we were soundless determining how one can match it all collectively. With the support of Jimmy, we essentially figured out how the devices match collectively as a total.”
The 49th annual Junos turned into held virtually about, presented by TD and aired on CBC.