This brother-sister duo from rural Ontario, showed Canadian music fans and those watching across the globe that they are big-time stars. The Reklaws performed their smash hit “Long Live The Night” on the 2019 JUNO Awards on Sunday night and lit the arena up. With fireworks, beach-balls and lights amplifying their performance, Jenna and Stu's energy radiated through the room and surely every TV screen that was tuned in. 

Garnering their first JUNO nomination in the 'Country Album of the Year' category, which was won by Brett Kissel it's clear that these two are on the quick rise to stardom. Their journey just began in 2013 after winning the Boots & Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase title and it hasn't stopped there since signing with Universal Music Canada in 2017. They have opened for the likes of Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett, Brothers Osborne and many others, they won the SiriusXM Rising Star at the 2018 CCMA Awards and performed "Long Live The Night" on the national broadcast. "Long Live The Night" was the most streamed song in all Canadian country music released in 2018, it hit top 5 on Canadian country radio charts, hit gold certification AND was named the official theme song for CFL's Thursday Night Football which led to them performing the tune on the CFL Grey Cup! As you can see The Reklaws are climbing quickly and racking in accolades 

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