Congrats NSMW2022 Winners & Nominees!
Posted on: November 8, 2022
What a week in Sydney!
Hats off to Music Nova Scotia for a successful celebration of 25 years of Nova Scotia Music Week, and a big thank you to the CBRM and the local host engagement committee for your time and energy toward a successful conference and festival here on Cape Breton Island. Also, a very special thank you to Sydney and surrounding area for showing up this past weekend in a big way to support live and local music!
A BIG congratulations is in order to our CBMIC Nova Scotia Music Award winners, taking -6- awards home to Cape Breton this year:
Entertainer of the Year: The Town Heroes
Folk / Roots Recording of the Year: Isabella Samson – If It’s Not Forever
Rock Recording of the Year: The Town Heroes – Home
Loud Recording of the Year: Electric Spoonful – 2 Poor 4 a Two Four
Live Sector Award: Blueberry Jam
Volunteer of the Year: Joe Sampson
To all of our 2022 CBMIC nominees, congratulations and keep doing what you do! We couldn’t be more proud 🙌
Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the Year: Aaron MacDonald – It’s Been Too Long, Steve MacIntyre – Steve MacIntyre
Country Recording of the Year: Farewell Town – Farewell Town
Entertainer of the Year: The Town Heroes 🏆
Folk / Roots Recording of the Year: Isabella Samson – If It’s Not Forever 🏆
Indigenous Artist of the Year: SHiFT from THA 902
Rock Recording of the Year: Andre Pettipas and The Giants – No Fools No Fun, The Town Heroes – Home 🏆
Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year: Adam Young – Yearbook
Emerging Industry Professional of the Year: Eirinn Fraser
Live Sector Award: Acoustic Roots Festival, Blueberry Jam 🏆, Makin’ Waves presented by Sydney Credit Union
Media Arts Award: CBFM: Cape Breton’s favourite radio station, The Coast 89.7 CKOA-FM
Loud Recording of the Year: Electric Spoonful – 2 Poor 4 a Two Four 🏆
Follow these link for a full list of winners and nominees!
Until next year!
-The CBMIC Team