April 2, 2012 13:32

Feist scoops three awards at Canada's Juno Awards

Adele also adds to her never ending honours for '21'

Feist scoops three awards at Canada's Juno Awards

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Feist has been honoured at Canada's Juno Awards, picking up three gongs including the award for Artist Of The Year.

The singer also picked up adult alternative album of the year for 'Metals' and best music DVD for 'Look At What The Light Did Now' at the North American country's version of the Grammys last night (April 1).

Adele meanwhile, to her list of ever growing titles after '21' was named international album of the year.

Adele recently overtook Dire Straits in the UK's all-time biggest selling albums list to become the sixth biggest selling album of all time in the UK. Adele stated that she will be heading into the studio to begin work on the follow-up to '21' in the coming weeks.

Arcade Fire were the big winners at last year's event – picking up four gongs, including Album Of The Year for 'The Suburbs'.

Feist recently completed a short UK tour last month. She is due to headline the closing night at this year's Green Man festival on August 19. For more information go to Green Man.

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