IMA Nomination

Some great news this week. Trace has been nominated for an IMA (Independent Music Award) in the Best Alt Country Song category. It’s an international award which makes it particularly special, with some pretty esteemed judges taking part including Tom Waits & Kathleen Brennan, Slayer and Amy Lee. Trace, which ironically I had originally written off, seemed to be the song everyone dug from  last year’s 7″ Hank Volume 1. Recorded with Trent Crawford in his little studio on the NSW Central Coast, it also features the vocals of the extremely talented Tori Forsyth who is killing it right now. See below some more detail about the awards and below a link to the fan component where you can have your say.

The Independent Music Awards is a global community of innovative Artists and engaged Fans. We believe artistry, individuality and the pursuit of excellence should be rewarded.

The IMAs honor the most exceptional music, video, concert photography and designs by established and emerging talent.

Iconic Artists, Music Fans, Programmers, Press, Music Supervisors & Talent Buyers from performance venues throughout the Americas, Europe and Pacific Rim choose the year’s best self-released & indie label projects.


The Music Industry Has The Grammy’s…Artists Have The IMAs

The annual ceremony held at the iconic Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts in New York City celebrates the year’s best artists and their fans with performances and awards in 96 Album, EP, Song, Video, Producer, Photography and Design categories.

In addition to award recognition, winning songs are promoted globally on branded streaming playlists, in targeted 12 week campaign to over 650 terrestrial & internet radio stations  –  and ongoing performance, promotion and distribution opportunities.




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