Eclectic singer Feist, who collected five Junos at ceremonies on April 5 and 6, saw her albums sales soar in the week after the broadcast, Nielsen Soundscan confirms.

Sales of her album "The Reminder" jumped by 153% over the week, rising from 2,800 copies sold to more than 7,000. The album was released in Canada by indie label Arts & Crafts.

As well as being the leading winner at the awards, she also performed on the telecast. The album jumped from 19th in the week before the Junos, to No. 2 this past week on the national sales chart.

Feist wasn't the only one seeing a bump in sales. Canadian rhythm and blues singer Jully Black, who also performed on the show, saw her album "Revival" jump 57% in sales, moving from No. 146 two weeks ago to No. 63 this past week.

Michael Bublé's "Call Me Irresponsible" jumped from No. 27 to No. 7 on the chart with an increase in sales of 36%. Similarly, his 2005 release "It's Time" saw sales increase by 22% after 166 weeks on the chart.

Canadian legend Anne Murray, who also performed on the show singing duets with Jann Arden and Sarah Brightman, saw her "Duets, Friends & Legends" album leap by 10 spots from No. 19 to No. 9 on the Canadian chart.