Final Awards Handed Out at Credit Union May Run Music Festival
Catherine MacLellan, Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys and Deryl Gallant took home the final three awards of the Credit Union May Run Music Festival last night which were handed out at the festival’s Closing Concert presented by AM Burgoyne Insurance.
Album of the Year
Catherine MacLellan – The Raven’s Sun
Producer: Chris Gauthier
Musician of the Year
Entertainer of the Year
Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys
“Congratulations to Catherine, Gordie, and their camps on their festival-closing wins. We’ve had a blast these last few days shining the spotlight on Music PEI’s immensely talented members and all of our supporters,” says Andrew King, President of the Music PEI Board of Directors. “Thanks to everyone that made this event a success. We’ve learned a lot and look forward to continuing our work year-round, creating new and better opportunities for our artists and industry.”
Awards Handed Out to Date
Achievement in Classical & Jazz – The Glen Strickey Quartet
Bell Aliant Weekend Warrior of the Year – Peggy Clinton
Country Recording of the Year – Katie McGarry
Event of the Year – PEI 2014 Celebration Zone
Female Recording of the Year – Catherine MacLellan
Group Recording of the Year – Coyote
Industry Person of the Year – Sue Urquhart
Male Solo Recording of the Year – Dennis Ellsworth
Maritime Electric Eduator of the Year – Peter Gallant
Media Person of the Year – Todd MacLean
New Artist of the Year – The East Pointers
Pop Recording of the Year – Coyote
Producer of the Year – Jon Matthews
Rock Recording of the Year – The Meds
Roots Tradional Recording of the Year – The East Pointers
SOCAN Songwriter of the Year – Catherine MacLellan
SpinCount Roots Contemporary Recording of the Year – Catherine MacLellan
Touring Artist of the Year – Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys
Urban Recording of the Year – Spencer Soloduka & The Tearaways
Venue of the Year – Harmony House Theatre
Video of the Year – Coyote “Proof of Life” (Directors Mikey Wasnidge & Millefiore Clarkes)
Visual Artist of the Year – PixbyLorne
About Music Prince Edward Island
Music PEI is a non-profit member services organization devoted to advancing careers of Island musicians. Music PEI is actively seeking ways to promote, foster and develop artists and the music industry on PEI. The association acts as an advocate for the Island music industry and a representative at the national table.
Having established a full time office with an Executive Director, Music PEI administers a funding program designed to encourage growth by providing financial assistance to the industry. This funding is made possible through the assistance of the PEI Provincial Government Department of Tourism & Culture.
Music PEI is guided by a Board of Directors. Directors serve three year terms and are elected annually at the Music PEI AGM and are governed by the Music PEI Bylaws.
Music PEI acknowledges year round financial support from the provincial departments of Tourism and Culture and Innovation and Advanced Learning, ACOA, FACTOR and the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.
Partners and sponsors for the festival and conference include The City of Charlottetown and the SERF Fund, title sponsors PEI Credit Union, Bell Aliant and Community One, platinum sponsor Delta Hotel, gold sponsors AM Burgoyne Insurance, AMJ Guitars, Beach Chair Lager, Bell Media, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Creative Saskatchewan, Discover Charlottetown, Maritime Electric, PEI Brewing Company, PEI Liquor Control Commission, and Ticketpro, bronze sponsors AIRS, Canadian Federation of Musicians, Canadian Music Publishers Association, Confederation Court Mall, Downtown Charlottetown Inc, Guild of Music Supervisors, Kent Building Supply, Long & McQuade, MROC, MRSB, Pressed 4 Time, RE/MAX Charlottetown, TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival, PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls, SpinCount, Tim Hortons and Water’s Edge Restro Bar Grill, media sponsors The Guardian, The Journal Pioneer, The Buzz, Eastern & Western Graphic, The Chronicle Herald, Spud FM, Q93, CFCY, The Fox, Max 104.9, Big Dog, C100, The Bounce, CTV Atlantic, industry partners Alberta Music, CCMIA, East Coast Music Association, Manitoba Music, Music BC, Music Ontario, SaskMusic, SOCAN and SOCAN Foundation.
Canadian Song Challenge sponsor Bell Media.
Official beer sponsor Beach Chair Lager.
PEI Liquor Control Commission reminds you to please enjoy responsibly.
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