Dead South was very much alive and well at the 2020 Juno Awards, with the four pieces snarling a trophy and offering a punchy performance.
The LP of the folk-bluegrass act Sugar & Joy won the Juno for the album of the traditional roots of the year, and the home crowd won with the Dead South “Diamond Ring” performance.
Nate Hilts and Co. brought energy and brilliance with “Diamond Ring”, extracted from their award-winning third album.
Speaking ahead of its release last October, Regina’s Saskatchewan-based band explained how producer Jimmy Nutt, formed by FAME Studio, turned the record into gold.
“We are really proud of the equipment on our new album,”
The 49th annual Junos took place practically, presented by TD and aired on CBC.