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Saturday, July 11, 2020

CONGRATS! Album with Local Guest Stars Wins 2020 East Coast Music Award + Complete Winners


On July 10, 2020, the un-televised pre-awards show for the 2020 East Coast Music Awards announced the first batch of winners. Myles Goodwyn and Friends of the Blues 2, an amazing album starring the April Wine frontman, took home the top prize for Blues Recording of the Year. Guest stars on the recording included Hamilton Blues vet, Jack de Keyzer and Milton' own Mike "Shrimp Daddy" Reid.

The rest of the awards were handed out during a televised ceremony on July 11, 2020.

This track features Shrimp Daddy on harp:



Links: Shrimp Daddy, More Shrimp Daddy StoriesVideo above courtesy of Myles Goodwyn - Topic

This track features Jack de Keyzer on guitar:



Links: 
Myles GoodwynMore April Wine StoriesJack de KeyzerMore Jack de Keyzer StoriesVideo above courtesy of Myles Goodwyn - Topic

CONGRATS GUYS.

View the full pre-show here:



Links: East Coast Music AwardsMore ECMA stories, Video above courtesy of East Coast Music Association

Here is a complete list of winners from both nights:

Music Awards
  • Blues Recording of the Year: Myles Goodwyn - Myles Goodwyn and Friends of the Blues 2
  • Album of the Year: Wintersleep - In The Land Of
  • Bucky Adams Memorial Award: Jon Samuel
  • Classical Recordingof the Year : Marc Djokic - Solo Seven
  • Contemporary Roots Recording of the Year: The East Pointers - Yours to Break
  • Country Recording of the Year: Dave Sampson - All Types of Ways
  • Dance Recording of the Year: Famba - “Swear to God”
  • Dr. Helen Creighton Lifetime Achievement Award: Shanneyganock
  • Electronic Recording of the Year: Rich Aucoin - Release
  • Fans' Choice Entertainer of the Year: Jimmy Rankin
  • Fans' Choice Video of the Year: Jason Benoit - “Slow Hand” feat. Leah Daniels (Director: Tim Deegan)



    Links: Jason BenoitLeah Daniels, More Leah Daniels Stories, Video above courtesy of Jason Benoit

  • Folk Recording of the Year: Tim Baker - Forever Overhead
  • Francophone Recording of the Year: Jacobus - Caviar
  • Group Recording of the Year: Wintersleep - In The Land Of
  • Indigenous Artist of the Year: Eastern Owl
  • Inspirational Recording of the Year: Ian Foster and Nancy Hynes - A Week in December
  • Instrumental Recording of the Year: Florian Hoefner - First Spring
  • Jazz Recording of the Year: Florian Hoefner - First Spring
  • Loud Recording of the Year: Spirit of the Wildfire - Bittersweet Nothings
  • Pop Recording of the Year: Neon Dreams - Sweet Dreams Till Sunbeams
  • Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year: Jacobus - Caviar
  • RnB/Soul Recording of the Year: Laura Roy - Forte
  • Rising Star Recording of the Year: Dave Sampson - All Types of Ways
  • Rock Recording of the Year: Wintersleep - In The Land Of
  • Roots/Traditional Recording of the Year: Natalie MacMaster - Sketches
  • Solo Recording of the Year: Tim Baker - Forever Overhead
  • Song of the Year: Wintersleep - “Beneficiary” (Producers: Tony Doogan, Wintersleep)
  • Songwriter of the Year:The East Pointers
Industry Awards
  • Company of the Year: The Syrup Factory
  • Event of the Year: Celtic Colours International Festival
  • Graphic/Media Artist of the Year: Deep Hollow Print
  • Management/Manager of the Year: Jones and Co.
  • Media Outlet of the Year: The East
  • Media Person of the Year: Bill Roach
  • Producer of the Year: Daniel Ledwell
  • Studio of the Year: Soundpark Studios
  • Studio Engineer of the Year: Thomas Stajcer
  • Venue of the Year: The Ship Pub
  • Video of the Year: Tim Baker - “All Hands” (Director: Jordan Canning)



    Links: Tim Baker, Video above courtesy of heytimbaker
Honorary Awards
  • Directors’ Special Achievement Award:Measha Brueggergosman
  • Industry Builder Award:Tony Murray
  • Musician’s Achievement Award:Kelly Russell
Blast from the Past: Last Year's Winners

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