Congratulations to Sask.'s Independent Music Award Nominees

by Lorena Kelly

March 11, 2014 in Industry News

We congratulate the SaskMusic artists nominated by the U.S.-based 13th Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), an awards program for independent artists. Nominations in more than 80 album, song, EP, music producer, music video and design categories were culled from thousands of submissions from North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia, Greenland and Europe.

Celebrating the democracy of creativity and meritocracy of talent, The Independent Music Awards honour exceptional independent artists traditionally ignored by mainstream media and big box retailers.

Produced by Music Resource Group, publisher of the online industry networking database “The Musician’s Atlas,” winners of The 13th IMAs will receive active promotions, distribution and performance opportunities that will place them in front of nearly 1 billion music fans. Winners will be determined by a panel of influential artist and industry judges including Ann Wilson & Nancy Wilson, Suzanne Vega, Meshell Ndegeocello, Shelby Lynne, Band Of Skulls, Terry McBride (Nettwerk Music Group) and many more.

Details and a complete list of nominees and judges are available at: www.independentmusicawards.com.

SASKATCHEWAN 2014 IMA NOMINEES:

Keiffer & The Curiosity Club for song “Man Upstairs” –  Acoustic category

Government Town for song “Holiday” –  Christmas Song category

Government Town for song “Four Chords” –  Story category

Jared Robinson for “LunarTheory – An Unforeseen Impossible Outcome” –  Music Producer

Jared Robinson for Bastard Poetry Publicity Photograph –  Artist Publicity Photo

Jared Robinson for “LunarTheory – An Unforeseen Impossible Outcome” - Poster

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SaskMusic represents, promotes and develops the commercial music industry of Saskatchewan with programming including career consults, artist listings, workshops, marketing, networking opportunities and more. Our artists and music professionals hail from across the province, and work in pretty much every genre you can imagine. If you have questions, call us. We are the voice of Saskatchewan music.

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