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Saturday, March 9, 2013

More and more ECMW awards

High fives all around

Posted By on Sat, Mar 9, 2013 at 4:00 AM

Lone Cloud - ALAN SYLIBOY
  • Alan Syliboy
  • Lone Cloud

East Coast Music Week keeps rolling along with last night's batch of performances and winners.

At the First Nations Showcase, Lone Cloud received the Aboriginal Recording of the Year ECMA for their album We Are Medicine People. Read more about Lone Cloud here.

Black Vibes stage saw this week's Coast cover star Cam Smith take home the African-Canadian Recording of the Year award for his album Ocean Blue. Read more about Smith here.

Charlie A'Court rocked the R&B/Soul Stage and won Blues Recording of the Year and R&B/Soul Recording of the Year for Triumph & Disaster.

Across the bridge at the Rodeo Lounge, RyLee Madison took Country Recording of the Year award for Where Does The Time Go.

Charlottetown's English Words not only performed alongside acts such as Joshua Van Tassel and Scientists of Sound at The Palace's Electronic Stage, they also took home Electronic Recording of the Year for their album Red Potion.

Over at The Company House, Joel Miller won Jazz Recording of the Year for Swim.

Ben Caplan and his beard won Rising Star Recording of the Year for In the Time of the Great Remembering at the Schooner Room.

Your reference list:

Aboriginal Recording of the Year
We Are Medicine People - Lone Cloud

African-Canadian Recording of the Year
Ocean Blue - Cam Smith

Blues Recording of the Year
Triumph & Disaster - Charlie A'Court

Country Recording of the Year
Where Does The Time Go - RyLee Madison

Electronic Recording of the Year
Red Potion - English Words

Folk Recording of the Year
We Have Made A Spark - Rose Cousins

Jazz Recording of the Year
Swim - Joel Miller

Pop Recording of the Year
The Beautiful Wild - Jenn Grant

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
Triumph & Disaster - Charlie A'Court

Rising Star Recording of the Year
In the Time of the Great Remembering - Ben Caplan

Roots/Traditional Group Recording of the Year
Row Upon Row of the People They Know - The Once

Roots/Traditional Solo Recording of the Year
The Other Side - Tim Chaisson

Traditional Instrumental Recording of the Year
Cape Breton Girl - Natalie MacMaster

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