Strong showing for Newfoundland and Labrador artists in 2016 ECMA nominations

Hey Rosetta! nominated for seven ECMAs

Published on February 1, 2016

Hey Rosetta! has seven ECMA nominations and frontman Tim Baker is nominated for songwriter of the year.

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Hey Rosetta!, Amelia Curran and Fortunate Ones are among the leaders of the pack when it comes to this year’s East Coast Music Nominations.

Hey Rosetta! is nominated for seven ECMAs: Album of the Year, Group of the Year, Rock Recording of the Year, Song of the Year - for “Soft Offering (For the Oft Suffering),” - Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year and Fan’s Choice Video of the Year. Frontman Tim Baker is also nominated for the award for Songwriter of the Year.
Amelia Curran is vying for the Songwriter of the Year, Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year, Song of the Year (for “Somebody Somewhere”), Folk Recording of the Year and Solo Recording of the Year for her album “They Promised You Mercy.”
Catherine Allen and Andrew James O’Brien of Fortunate Ones - who swept the MusicNL Awards in St. John’s last fall - have earned five nominations: Rising Star of the Year, Song of the Year (for “The Bliss”), Songwriter of the Year, Group of the Year and Album of the Year.

Everglow — Jon Pike and Gordon Huxter — are nominated for Fan’s Choice Video of the Year. 
Photo by Tara Bradbury/The Telegram

Other local nominees
include:
Duo Concertante: Classical Recording of the Year for “Mendelssohn and MacDonald Double Concertos”
Quentin Reddy: Country Recording of the Year for “Diamond in the Rough”
Ourorboros: Jazz Recording of the Year for “Ouroboros”
Cabbages and Kings: Loud Recording of the Year for “Cabbages and Kings”
Brianna Gosse: Pop Recording of the Year and Rising Star of the Year for “AERA”
Kat McLevey: Rising Star of the Year for “Evergrown”
Jerry Stamp: Rock Recording of the Year for “Rogue Doubt”
The Ennis Sisters: Roots/Traditional Group Recording of the Year for “Stages”
Duane Andrews and Aaron Collis: Traditional Instrumental Recording of the Year
The Once: Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year, Fan’s Choice Video of the Year for “We Are All Running”
Everglow: Fan’s Choice Video of the Year for “Feel Your Heart”
Kilbride Music: Management of the Year
The Overcast: Media Outlet of the Year
Scott Hammond: Studio Engineer of the Year
The Blue Room: Studio of the Year

Strong showing for Newfoundland and Labrador artists in 2016 ECMA nominations

Hey Rosetta! nominated for seven ECMAs

Published on February 1, 2016

Hey Rosetta! has seven ECMA nominations and frontman Tim Baker is nominated for songwriter of the year.

©Submitted photo


Hey Rosetta!, Amelia Curran and Fortunate Ones are among the leaders of the pack when it comes to this year’s East Coast Music Nominations.

Hey Rosetta! is nominated for seven ECMAs: Album of the Year, Group of the Year, Rock Recording of the Year, Song of the Year - for “Soft Offering (For the Oft Suffering),” - Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year and Fan’s Choice Video of the Year. Frontman Tim Baker is also nominated for the award for Songwriter of the Year.
Amelia Curran is vying for the Songwriter of the Year, Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year, Song of the Year (for “Somebody Somewhere”), Folk Recording of the Year and Solo Recording of the Year for her album “They Promised You Mercy.”
Catherine Allen and Andrew James O’Brien of Fortunate Ones - who swept the MusicNL Awards in St. John’s last fall - have earned five nominations: Rising Star of the Year, Song of the Year (for “The Bliss”), Songwriter of the Year, Group of the Year and Album of the Year.

Everglow — Jon Pike and Gordon Huxter — are nominated for Fan’s Choice Video of the Year. 
Photo by Tara Bradbury/The Telegram

Other local nominees
include:
Duo Concertante: Classical Recording of the Year for “Mendelssohn and MacDonald Double Concertos”
Quentin Reddy: Country Recording of the Year for “Diamond in the Rough”
Ourorboros: Jazz Recording of the Year for “Ouroboros”
Cabbages and Kings: Loud Recording of the Year for “Cabbages and Kings”
Brianna Gosse: Pop Recording of the Year and Rising Star of the Year for “AERA”
Kat McLevey: Rising Star of the Year for “Evergrown”
Jerry Stamp: Rock Recording of the Year for “Rogue Doubt”
The Ennis Sisters: Roots/Traditional Group Recording of the Year for “Stages”
Duane Andrews and Aaron Collis: Traditional Instrumental Recording of the Year
The Once: Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year, Fan’s Choice Video of the Year for “We Are All Running”
Everglow: Fan’s Choice Video of the Year for “Feel Your Heart”
Kilbride Music: Management of the Year
The Overcast: Media Outlet of the Year
Scott Hammond: Studio Engineer of the Year
The Blue Room: Studio of the Year