• MUSIC AWARDS

    Delta Halifax & Delta Barrington Entertainer of the Year: Ben Caplan

    Solo Recording of the Year (presented by Elegant Steps): Erin Costelo - “Down Below, The Status Quo”

    Group Recording of the Year (presented by Frank & Gino's): The Town Heroes - “Please, Everyone”

    Music Video of the Year (presented by Vintage Mouldings): Ria Mae - “Gold” - Director: Alon Isocianu

    New Artist Recording of the Year (presented by O'Healthy Market): Shannon Quinn - “If All The Young Ladies”

    Recording of the Year (presented by My Home Apparel): Ria Mae - “Ria Mae”

    SOCAN Songwriter of the Year (presented by SOCAN): Ria Mae - “Gold” - Ria Mae, Luke Boyd, John Fortis, Emre Ramazanoglu

    Aboriginal Artist of the Year (presented by Millbrook First Nation): City Natives

    Acadian/Francophone Artist of the Year (presented by Grant Thornton): Maxim Cormier

    African Nova Scotian Artist of the Year (presented by Town of Truro Equity and Diversity Committee): Reeny Smith

    Alternative Recording of the Year (presented by NovelTea Bookstore Cafe): Quiet Parade - “Quiet Parade”

    Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the Year: Old Man Luedecke - “Domestic Eccentric”

    Blues Recording of the Year (presented by BellyUp BBQ & Grill): Kim Dunn - “Inspiration”

    Classical Recording of the Year: Halifax Camerata Singers - “A Time For All Things”

    Country Recording of the Year (presented by Best Western Glengarry Plus Hotel): Tj King - “Feels Right”

    Digital Artist of the Year (Presented by Hub Grub): Ria Mae

    DJ of the Year (presented by Upham's CARSTAR): DJ IV

    Electronic Artist of the Year (presented by Canadian Music Week): Neon Dreams

    Folk Recording of the Year (presented by The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse): Ben Caplan - “Birds With Broken Wings”

    Hip Hop Recording of the Year (presented by Andy's Tires): Classified - “Greatful”

    Inspirational Recording of the Year: Keonté Beals - “Keonté Beals”

    Jazz Recording of the Year (presented by Sea Shell Design): Donald MacLennan - “Belleville”

    Loud Recording of the Year (presented by Noyes Records): Black Moor - “Brave To The Grave”

    Musician of the Year (presented by Patterson Law): Keith Mullins

    Pop Recording of the Year (presented by Beck & Boosh Jewelry and Styles): Ria Mae - “Ria Mae”

    Rock Recording of the Year (presented by Aggregate Equipment): Adam Baldwin - “No Telling When (Precisely Nineteen Eighty-Five)

    Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year (presented by Warner Music Canada): Shannon Quinn - “If All The Young Ladies”

    INDUSTRY AWARDS

    Booking Agent of the Year (presented by CBDC NOBL): Jason MacIsaac

    Community Presenter of the Year (presented by MacQuarries Pharmasave): The Pavilion

    Company of the Year: Sonic Entertainment Group

    Corporate Sponsor of the Year (presented by Hampton Inn & Suites): Casino Nova Scotia

    Educator of the Year (presented by Dalhousie Agricultural Campus): Craig Mercer

    Event of the Year (presented by Langille & Colburne - More than Events): Halifax jazz Festival

    Industry Professional of the Year (presented by Casey Concrete Ltd.): Stephanie Purcell

    Live Technician of the Year: Stephen “Snickers” Smith

    Manager of the Year (presented by Music Managers Forum): Melanie Stone

    Media Professional of the Year: Stephen Cooke

    Producer of the Year (presented by Truro Toyota): Classified (Luke Boyd)

    Production Company of the Year: groundSOUND

    Promoter of the Year (presented by SRF2 Truro Mall Inc.): Sonic Entertainment Group

    Publicist of the Year: Trevor Murphy

    Radio Program of the Year: Halifax Is Burning (CKDU-FM)

    Radio Station of the Year (presented by Theriault Financial): CKDU-FM

    Recording Studio of the Year: The Sonic Temple

    Studio Engineer of the Year (presented by NSCC Truro): Scott Ferguson

    Venue of the Year (presented by Music Canada Live): The Carleton Music Bar & Grill

    Visual Artist of the Year: Abracazebra Productions (Megan Green)

    Volunteer of the Year (presented by Local Love Truro): Sarah Atkinson

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