Friday, February 18, 2022

GOOD LUCK! Artists from Waterdown's Stony Plain Records Up for 2022 Blues Music Awards

Waterdown music label Stony Plain Records is a major player in the global Blues scene. As a result, three of their artists are up for 2022 Blues Music Awards. On May 5, 2022 in Memphis, the winners will be announced.


Below is a complete list of nominees.


Traditional Blues Album
  • Pinky’s Blues, Sue Foley (released by Waterdown's Stony Plain Records)
  • Be Ready When I Call You, Guy Davis 
  • Bob Corritore & Friends: Spider In My Stew, Bob Corritore 
  • Boogie w/ R.L. Boyce (Live), R.L. Boyce 
  • Little Black Flies, Eddie 9V 
Acoustic Blues Album
  • Dear America, Eric Bibb 
  • Land of the Sky, Catfish Keith 
  • Let Loose Those Chains, Hector Anchondo 
  • The Trio Sessions, EG Kight
Traditional Blues Female Artist

  • Tommy Castro 
  • Eric Gales 
  • Mr. Sipp (Castro Coleman) 
  • J.P. Soars 
  • Sugaray Rayford

  • Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra 
  • J.P. Soars and the Red Hots 
  • Lil’ Ed & the Blues Imperials 
  • Sugaray Rayford Band 
  • Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
  • “Fragile Peace and Certain War”, written and performed by Carolyn Wonderland
  • “Holler If You Hear Me”, written by Jeff Schroedl & Mark Solveson (performed by Altered Five Blues Band)
  • “I’d Climb Mountains”, written and performed by Selwyn Birchwood
  • “Real Good Lie”, written by Christine Vitale, Larry Batiste, & Anthony Paule (performed by Wee Willie Walker & The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra)
  • “Somewhere”, written by Tommy Castro & Tom Hambridge (performed by Tommy Castro) 
Emerging Artist Album
  • GA-20 Does Hound Dog Taylor: Try It… You Might Like It!, GA-20 
  • Just Say The Word, Gabe Stillman 
  • Live On Beale Street: A Tribute To Bobby “Blue” Bland, Rodd Bland and the Members Only Band 
  • Welcome To The Land, Memphissippi Sounds 
  • You Ain’t Unlucky, Veronica Lewis
Blues Rock Album
  • Alafia Moon, Damon Fowler 
  • Dance Songs For Hard Times, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band 
  • Resurrection, Mike Zito 
  • Tinfoil Hat, Popa Chubby 
  • Unemployed Highly Annoyed, Jeremiah Johnson
Contemporary Blues Album
  • 662, Kingfish 
  • Damage Control, Curtis Salgado 
  • Holler If You Hear Me, Altered Five Blues Band 
  • Raisin’ Cain, Chris Cain 
  • Tommy Castro Presents A Bluesman Came To Town, Tommy Castro
Soul Blues Album
  • Let’s Have A Party, Gerald McClendon 
  • Long As I Got My Guitar, Zac Harmon 
  • Not In My Lifetime, Wee Willie Walker & The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra 
  • You Get What You Give: Duets, Dave Keller 
  • You Gotta Have It, Tia Carroll 
Acoustic Blues Artist
  • Eric Bibb 
  • Kevin Burt 
  • Guy Davis 
  • Doug MacLeod 
  • Keb’ Mo’
Blues Rock Artist
  • Albert Castiglia 
  • Tommy Castro 
  • Tinsley Ellis 
  • Ana Popovic 
  • Joanne Shaw Taylor
Contemporary Blues Female Artist
  • Vanessa Collier 
  • Thornetta Davis 
  • Ruthie Foster 
  • Danielle Nicole 
  • Carolyn Wonderland
Contemporary Blues Male Artist
  • Selwyn Birchwood 
  • Chris Cain 
  • Christone “Kingfish” Ingram 
  • Kenny Neal 
  • Mr. Sipp (Castro Coleman)
Soul Blues Female Artist
  • Annika Chambers 
  • Trudy Lynn 
  • Terrie Odabi
  • Kat Riggins 
  • Vaneese Thomas 
Soul Blues Male Artist
  • William Bell 
  • Don Bryant 
  • John Nemeth 
  • Johnny Rawls 
  • Curtis Salgado
Traditional Blues Male Artist
  • Cedric Burnside 
  • Super Chikan 
  • Taj Mahal 
  • Sugar Ray Norcia 
  • Jontavious Willis
  • Willie J. Campbell
  • Larry Fulcher
  • Jerry Jemmott
  • Danielle Nicole
  • Scot Sutherland
  • Danny Banks 
  • June Core 
  • Tom Hambridge 
  • Derrick D’Mar Martin 
  • Chris Peet
  • N/A
  • Billy Branch 
  • Bob Corritore 
  • Jason Ricci 
  • Brandon Santini 
  • Kim Wilson
  • Mindi Abair 
  • Jimmy Carpenter 
  • Marc Franklin 
  • Regi Oliver 
  • Nancy Wright
  • Eden Brent 
  • Mike Finnigan 
  • Dave Keyes 
  • Veronica Lewis 
  • Jim Pugh
  • Thornetta Davis 
  • Ruthie Foster 
  • John Nemeth 
  • Sugaray Rayford 
  • Curtis Salgado

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