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Mighty Popo: The JUNO Tour of Canadian Art

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Published on Mar 26, 2012

To celebrate the 41st annual JUNO Awards, taking place in Ottawa on 1 April 2012, The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) has partnered with the National Gallery of Canada to pair great Canadian art with great Canadian musicians. Eight JUNO Award winners and nominees visited the National Gallery in Ottawa and chose artworks with particular meaning to them.

Mighty Popo is a recording artist with five albums under his belt, including his latest, Gakondo, which was JUNO Award nominated in 2011 in the World Music category. He has a lifelong connection with rock 'n' roll, blues, jazz, R&B, reggae and folk traditions. He is a Rwandan/Burundian refugee/ survivor whose music is steeped in African tradition.

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