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Moskaluke Queen Of CCMA Nominations.

Moskaluke Queen Of CCMA Nominations.

 

(Press Release)

Langenburg, Saskachewan’s Jess Moskaluke leads the pack with six nominations for key Canadian Country Music Awards which will be awarded at Hamilton’s First Ontario Centre Sunday September 9th.

Not only was she nominated as Top Female and Apple People’s Choice candidate but Moskaluke is also up for Top Country Album for `Past Is Past’ and her track “Drive Me Away” is also up for Top Single and Top Video plus she also has a song writing credit for that track.

Flat Lake Alberta’s Brett Kissel and Bowmanville’s Meghan Patrick received five nominations each. Kissel was nominated as Top Male Vocalist, Album Of Year for We Were That Song which also earned him a Video and Interactive Group/Artist nominations plus an Apple Fan’s Choice Award.

Patrick was nominated as Top Female Vocalist, Top Single And Top Album for `Country Music Made Me Do It’ which also earned her a song writing credit plus a video credit for “The Bad Guy”.

Woodville Ontario’s James Barker Band and Langley B.C’s Dallas Smith each earned four CCMA nominations each with The Barker Band credited for Fan Choice Award, Top Group, Top Single for “Chills” and a song writing nomination for James Barker for “It’s Working”.

Smith is up for Fan’s Choice, Male Vocalist, a Top Single nomination for “Side Effects” and a Top Video nomination for “Sky Stays Blue”.

A triple awards nomination went to Vancouver-based Washboard Union who are up for awards as Top Group/Duo, Top Roots Artist/Group and Top Album for “What We’re Made Of”.

The CCMA Awards will conclude a full week of activities in Hamilton that will include talent showcases, songwriting sessions, a Legend’s showcase plus the ever popular Fanfest with the CCMA Awards on Sunday September 9th.

For a complete list of award nominations plus further information on CCMA activities and ticket information, please link to https://www.ccma.org

 

 

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