HedleyHedley haven't won a Juno Award yet, but it's not for lack of trying. The band has been nominated 11 times, including the two they're up for on April 18 for Group of the Year and Pop Album of the Year for 'The Show Must Go.' Not to mention they've performed on the Canadian awards show multiple times.

But frontman Jacob Hoggard is looking forward to the festivities in St. John's, Newfoundland, which, win or lose, the pop-rock act won't be leaving until capping off their national arena tour at Mile One Centre on April 20.

"It's cool they started moving the Junos around and making Canada feel a bit more of an all-inclusive country," says Hoggard. "They not only started opening it up to an entirely different audience, but really started to give people that feeling of national pride. Sometimes, when everything comes out of Toronto -- this big mystical city where most people haven't been -- you don't feel included. When the Junos come to your city and you get to be the host, it really makes you feel a part of the whole thing -- similar to the Olympics."