Olivia Rodrigo inducts Alanis Morissette into Canada Writers’ Hall of Fame – National
Olivia Rodrigo will induct Alanis Morissette into the Canadian Writers Hall of Fame next month.
The good 4 friends The pop singer and self-proclaimed fan of the musician who grew up in Ottawa will pay tribute to Morissette at a gala ceremony on September 24 at Massey Hall in Toronto.
She will be joined by newly announced performers Alessia Cara and JP Saxe, who will pay tribute Tooth drops Morissette in the song.
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Rodrigo might be a surprising choice to introduce Morissette to some, but the two have a few things in common, including both young women who have racked up Grammy Awards with multiple wins.
They also graced the cover of Rolling Stone magazine together last year and sang a surprise duet by You should know in the concert.
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Other previously announced artists inducted into this year’s Canada Writers Hall of Fame include Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, music producers David Foster and Daniel Lavoie.
Performers who will be honored throughout the evening include Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger and Ryan Peake, Corey Hart, Jessie Reyez, Charlotte Cardin, Serena Ryder and Deborah Cox.
Quebec pop star Marie-Mai will take on dual duties as performer and event host.
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