Saturday, May 11, 2019

News Roundup Part 2: Awards (St. Catharines Arts Awards, East Coast Music Awards, More)

Local nominee: Songwriter(s) of the Year - Jill Barber and Ryan Guldemond: Girl's Gotta Do

Links: Jill BarberMore Jill Barber MusicVideo above courtesy of Jill Barber - Topic

East Coast Music Awards Winners
Highlights below. Click above for complete list of winners (incl. industry awards).
Local artists are bolded.
  • Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame: Stan Rogers (from Hamilton)

    Links: Stan RogersMore Stan Rogers StoriesVideo above courtesy of Jan Hammer

  • Blues Recording of the Year: Myles Goodwyn and Friends of the Blues (ft Hamilton's Jack de Keyzer)

    Links: Myles GoodwynMore April Wine StoriesJack de KeyzerMore Jack de Keyzer Stories, Video above courtesy of Wild K. Music

  • Album: Classified - Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change
  • Contemporary Roots Recording: Jeremy Dutcher - Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
  • Country Recording: Mallory Johnson - Mallory Johnson
  • Fans’ Choice Entertainer: The Barra MacNeils
  • Fans’ Choice Video of the Year: Makayla Lynn - "Joyride"
  • Folk Recording: Gunning and Cormier - Two
  • Group Recording: Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire - Viens avec moi
  • Indigenous Artist: Jeremy Dutcher
  • Jazz Recording: Ouroboros - Kitchuses
  • Loud Recording: Kilmore - Call Of The Void
  • Pop Recording: Paper Lions - At Long Creek II
  • RnB/Soul Recording: Reeny Smith - WWIII: Strength. Courage. Love.
  • Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year: Classified - Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change
  • Rising Star Recording: Jeremy Dutcher - Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
  • Rock Recording: Postdata - Let’s Be Wilderness
  • Roots/Traditional Recording: Vishtèn - Horizons
  • Solo Recording: Classified - Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change
  • Song: The East Pointers - "Two Weeks"

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