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Monday, November 10, 2014

Who won Nova Scotia Music Week

The Town Heroes, mainly

Posted By on Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 8:48 AM

click to enlarge The Town Heroes looked like this but with five of the blue things - MAT DUNLAP
  • Mat Dunlap
  • The Town Heroes looked like this but with five of the blue things

Over brunch in Truro, Music Nova Scotia gave out 49 awards to conclude Nova Scotia Music Week. The Town Heroes took home five, Kim Harris made off with three, and GroundSwell Music and their affiliates got a whopping 11 awards. Here's the complete list of lucky ducks.

Entertainer of the Year: The Town Heroes
Female Artist Recording of the Year: Kim Harris - Only The Mighty
Group Recording of the Year: The Town Heroes - Sunday Movies
Male Artist Recording of the Year: Adam Baldwin - Adam Baldwin
Music Video of the Year: The Town Heroes - "Holdin’ Up Grants" (Director: Dillon Garland)
New Artist Recording of the Year: Kim Harris - Only The Mighty
Recording of the Year: Carleton Stone - Draws Blood
SOCAN Songwriter of the Year: Kim Harris - "The Weight Of It All"

Music:
Aboriginal Artist of the Year: Angelo Spinazzola and the First Nations Songwriting Sessions
Acadian/Francophone Artist of the Year: Maxim Cormier
African Nova Scotian Artist of the Year: Cam Smith
Alternative Recording of the Year: Willie Stratton & The Boarding Party - Deserter
Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the Year: The Modern Grass - City Ghosts
Blues Recording of the Year: Chris Martin Trio - Young Blood
Country Recording of the Year: Jimmy Rankin - Back Road Paradise
Digital Artist of the Year: The Town Heroes
DJ of the Year: Jules Bangsworth
Electronic Recording of the Year: Joshua Van Tassel - Dance Music: Songs For Slow Motion
Folk Recording of the Year: The Stanfields - For King and Country
Hip Hop Recording of the Year: Ambition - Man of the Year
Inspirational Recording of the Year: Christina Martin - Remember Me
Jazz Recording of the Year: Gypsophilia - Horska
Loud Recording of the Year: Like A Motorcycle - #motorpool EP
Musician of the Year: Adam Baldwin
Pop Recording of the Year: Carleton Stone - Draws Blood
Rock Recording of the Year: The Town Heroes - Sunday Movies
Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year: Còig - Five
Urban Recording of the Year: Cyndi Cain - Soul Food

Industry:
Booking Agent of the Year: Stephanie Purcell, LimeLight Group
Community Presenter of the Year: Deep Roots Music Cooperative
Company of the Year: SpinCount
Corporate Sponsor of the Year: Casino Nova Scotia
Educator of the Year: Erin Costelo
Event of the Year: Halifax Pop Explosion
Industry Professional of the Year: Ian McKinnon, GroundSwell
Live Technician of the Year: Georgia Richards
Manager of the Year: Ian McKinnon
Media Professional of the Year: Stephen Cooke, The Chronicle Herald
Producer Of The Year: Joel Plaskett
Production Company of the Year: Tour Tech East
Promoter of the Year: Mike Campbell
Publicist of the Year: Matt Charlton, Pigeon Row
Radio Program of the Year: Halifax Is Burning, CKDU 88.1 FM
Radio Station of the Year: CKDU 88.1 FM
Recording Studio of the Year: The Sonic Temple
Studio Engineer Of The Year: Charles Austin
Venue of the Year: The Carleton Music Bar & Grill
Visual Artist of the Year: Mat Dunlap
Volunteer of the Year: Heather Doran

Hold on to your butts, the 18th annual Nova Scotia Music Week will be held in Yarmouth, NS, November 5-8, 2015.

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