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JUNO Photography exhibit features never-before-seen photos of Canadian music legends

The JUNO Awards 40th Anniversary Photography Exhibition at the First Canadian Place Gallery is showcasing a retrospective of Canadian music and the JUNO Awards until March 25.

The exhibit includes never-before-seen photos by Canada’s prominent music photographers such as Barry Roden, Bruce Cole, Grant Martin, Tom Sandler, and photographers from iPhoto Inc.

Colleen Hixenbaugh and Johanna Reynolds curated the exhibit, which is open and free to the general public from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday.

More than 40 photos are on display some of which are featured in the JUNO Awards’ 40th Anniversary book, Music from Far and Wide: Celebrating 40 Years of the JUNO Awards

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