awards show – Wild Textile World http://wildtextileworld.com/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 12:20:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://wildtextileworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-2022-01-28T124702.041-150x150.jpg awards show – Wild Textile World http://wildtextileworld.com/ 32 32 Album by TonyaJae from Guam, Carlo V. nominated for the San Diego Music Awards | Way of life https://wildtextileworld.com/album-by-tonyajae-from-guam-carlo-v-nominated-for-the-san-diego-music-awards-way-of-life/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 17:30:00 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/album-by-tonyajae-from-guam-carlo-v-nominated-for-the-san-diego-music-awards-way-of-life/ Guam artists Tonya Jae and Carlo V.’s album “Sweet Talk” was nominated for the 31st San Diego Music Awards for Best RnB, Funk or Soul Album. Fans can vote for their album, which was recorded at New Waves Studios in Guam, online through Tuesday. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on April […]]]>

Guam artists Tonya Jae and Carlo V.’s album “Sweet Talk” was nominated for the 31st San Diego Music Awards for Best RnB, Funk or Soul Album.

Fans can vote for their album, which was recorded at New Waves Studios in Guam, online through Tuesday. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on April 19 at Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay in San Diego.

TonyaJae, also known as Tonya Jaemarie Terlaje Ascura, is a former resident of Hågat. The 26-year-old won “Best Pop Song” for her track “Leave The House” last year at the San Diego Music Awards.






TonyaJae holds a Guam flag that her family and friends in the audience waved when her win for Best Pop Song was announced at the 30th San Diego Music Awards on August 24, 2021.




Working behind the scenes, Carlo V., or Carlo Villegas, is a 23-year-old producer and mixing engineer from Dededo.

The two musicians now live in San Diego, California and collaborated on “Sweet Talk”, which was released on June 7, 2021. The album radiates on the theme of love in all its forms, especially love. self.

“The album’s message was just to have fun and know your worth,” TonyaJae said. “I think it’s about our current generation because we find it hard to love ourselves most of the time.”

According to Carlo V., creating the album was a different experience for everyone involved.

“It’s nice to get together in a creative space and create songs from scratch, especially when we have no lyrics, no melody, or no idea what a song would sound like when it’s finished,” said Carlo V.. “We are slowly starting to feed on other people’s ideas and we have never failed to do so.”

As a producer, creating chords and melodies in relation to the theme of the album is sometimes difficult for Carlo V. Having TonyaJae in the same room made the whole process much easier, he said .

“We were constantly throwing ideas at each other to let us know what sounded good and what sounded like trash,” Carlo V said. accustomed.”

For those looking for opportunities in the music industry, TonyaJae said to constantly create tracks, network, and don’t be afraid to spread your art to the world.

She discovered the San Diego Music Awards Show through a good friend and director.

“That’s one of the reasons why the work is split between different people who specialize in specific areas,” said Carlo V. “Collaborating with other people will not only make your music sound better, but will also open doors many more opportunities down the road.”

TonyaJae is thrilled to win another music award for Guam with Carlo V.

“Hopefully we can win another award for all of you and continue to make you proud.”

Ron Rocky Coloma covers entertainment, lifestyle, and artist traits. Contact him at rcoloma@guampdn.com.

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CMT Music Awards: Anthony Mackie and Kelsea Ballerini to Host 2022 Event https://wildtextileworld.com/cmt-music-awards-anthony-mackie-and-kelsea-ballerini-to-host-2022-event/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 18:55:00 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/cmt-music-awards-anthony-mackie-and-kelsea-ballerini-to-host-2022-event/ The 2022 CMT Music Awards have tapped a singing superstar and a Marvel superhero to oversee this year’s ceremony: Kelsea Ballerini and Anthony Mackie will take on co-hosting duties for the event, which airs live from Nashville on Monday, April 11 at 8 p.m. ET (and delayed PT) on CBS. This will be Mackie’s first […]]]>

The 2022 CMT Music Awards have tapped a singing superstar and a Marvel superhero to oversee this year’s ceremony: Kelsea Ballerini and Anthony Mackie will take on co-hosting duties for the event, which airs live from Nashville on Monday, April 11 at 8 p.m. ET (and delayed PT) on CBS.

This will be Mackie’s first time hosting the awards show (which marks its inaugural broadcast on CBS), while Ballerini returns as host for the second straight year. “I had the pleasure of presenting at last year’s CMT Music Awards and received the warmest welcome from the country music community and the city of Nashville,” Mackie said in a statement. . “I can’t wait to return to Music City to co-host this year’s awards with the amazing Kelsea Ballerini.”

An extended cut of the ceremony, featuring 30 minutes of new performances and additional bonus content, will air Friday, April 15 at 8 p.m. on CMT.

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Artists from five continents nominated for the International Portuguese Music Awards 2022 https://wildtextileworld.com/artists-from-five-continents-nominated-for-the-international-portuguese-music-awards-2022/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 17:15:32 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/artists-from-five-continents-nominated-for-the-international-portuguese-music-awards-2022/ PROVIDENCE – Artists from five continents have been nominated for this year’s International Portuguese Music Awards (IPMA), including several local artists and some big names like Salvador Sobral, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The nominees were revealed in a web stream hosted by ‘The Voice Portugal’ coach Aurea. The 10th IPMA show […]]]>

PROVIDENCE – Artists from five continents have been nominated for this year’s International Portuguese Music Awards (IPMA), including several local artists and some big names like Salvador Sobral, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.

The nominees were revealed in a web stream hosted by ‘The Voice Portugal’ coach Aurea. The 10th IPMA show honoring artists of Portuguese descent is scheduled for Saturday, April 23 at the Providence Performing Arts Center.

“Like most years, many new names have decided to participate,” said David Saraiva, who co-organizes the International Portuguese Music Awards with José “Zach” Xavier. “It’s great to see the amount of talent there. For the first time ever, there are more nominations from Canada than from the US, so the IPMA is gaining traction there.

There will be 13 prizes up for grabs in categories including Rock, Rap, Fado, Music Video and Best New Talent.

“Some categories are stronger than others, but overall the quality is very high,” Saraiva said. “Fortunately, we have an excellent panel of judges who score the submissions.”

A cash prize of $2,000 and studio time with MDC Music in Toronto will be awarded to the 2022 IPMA ‘New Talent’ winner.

“Our label and management company develop young artists to help them achieve their dreams.” said Manuel Da Costa, president of MDC Media Group. “Helping this year’s winner on their musical journey is something we are very proud to be a part of and we look forward to seeing this year’s promising Luso talent.”

Giuliana Amaral, 20, a Dartmouth resident studying performance at Berklee College of Music in Boston, will compete in the New Talent category.

“I have been attending IPMAs with my family for several years now and thought it would be really cool to have the opportunity to be nominated. And now it has happened. It means my work has been recognized by an organization awesome and I’m really happy about it,” said Amaral, who usually performs rock and hard rock songs in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, New York and at The Whiskey in Los Angeles. .

She hopes the IPMAs will open new doors for her to help her achieve her dream of traveling the world doing what she loves.

“For me, it’s an honor,” she said of her expectations. “Portugal has amazing musicians and I’m very grateful and honored to be part of the [IPMA] listing.”

She will compete with a song she wrote for her grandfather who likes to ride motorcycles, called “MIDNITE Rider”.

“My grandfather, who I call Nene (his real name is Nelson) was more of a father figure to me than a grandfather,” she said. “He raised me all my life. And he’s always there for me no matter what and I’m very grateful to him for that.

K45, the artistic name of Karina Alves, was also nominated in the New Talent category.

“Coming from Portuguese descent with two parents born there, it’s an honor to embrace my heritage as a singer/songwriter at the IPMAs,” said the 19-year-old Stoughton resident and UMass student. Lowell. “This nomination is just a reminder of the support of the Portuguese community within the music industry. It’s truly a blessing to share my music at this event and I can’t wait to perform.

She will perform a song called “Without Me”.

“It was the first song I ever released. I wrote it as an anthem for all the times people would let me down just to come back into my life once they realized how much I was precious as a person,” said K45, who identifies as a Funky/R&B singer but enjoys experimenting in other styles as well.

“I’m thrilled for the IPMAs, not only to perform, but to see all the amazing artists and nominees,” she added.

New Bedford-based BandFaith will take part in the performance “Música Popular” with the song “Saudades de Portugal”

“When we wrote and recorded the song ‘Saudades de Portugal’, we were still heavy in the middle of the pandemic. The song came from a desire and a love (a saudade) for our homeland and a sadness that with the state of our world at the time, we couldn’t just hop on a plane to visit our families and share our homeland and traditions,” says Tiago Goulart.

This will be the band’s 5th IPMA nomination. They were nominated with the songs “Amor Amor”, “Comeback” and “Blue Jeweled Eyes” in 2014 and “Não Quero Trabalhar” in 2015.

“We haven’t won any awards yet and hope he comes back with us this year,” Goulart said. “Being nominated along with other artists from around the world means to us that even as a group of seven with different experiences, likes, dislikes and tastes, we can still combine to create music that people in our community and beyond can appreciate, and of a quality that deserves to be nominated. This is particularly close to our hearts because, like most of our original work, we write our own music and lyrics, perform our own music, and record it all in-house in our keyboardist/vocalist’s studio (Studio 81).

Melo Musik, comprised of Danny Melo of Methuen and Chris Colarullo of Randolph, will compete in the ‘Best Dance Performance’ category with ‘Garota (ft. Alex Ferrari)’.

“We are passionate about music and we create our own. It’s inspiring to know that others appreciate it too and it’s a real honor to be recognized by the IPMAs,” Melo told O Jornal.

Melo Musik, who likes to describe themselves as the “Festa Kings”, is no stranger to IPMAs. In 2017, they were the winners of “Best Dance Song” and “People’s Choice”. A year later, they were nominated in the same categories.

“This year’s track ‘Garota’ is sung by Alex Ferrari from Brazil, best known for his hit ‘Bara Bara Bere Bere’ with 25 million views on YouTube,” Melo said. “We are honored to be nominated and perform again at the IPMA After Party. We always look forward to the performances. IPMAs always provide a high level of production and entertainment.”

The People’s Choice Award, presented by LiUNA, is the only category voted for by the public via the IPMA website. Voting will begin this month. The four artists/bands that receive the most votes become the official nominees, and the one with the most votes will be announced as the winner.

“For the People’s Choice vote, which will be announced this month, we typically get votes from 75 to 80 countries,” Saraiva said. “Without a doubt, IPMA is growing every year.”

Luso-American actress Daniela Ruah — best known for playing NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye on the hit CBS series NCIS: Los Angeles — will co-host the 2022 IPMA show with celebrity personality Ricardo Farias. local television and radio which currently hosts the conference show “De Cá Pra Lá” produced in New Bedford for RTP Açores.

Ruah and Farias will feature a lineup of star-studded artists, including Áurea, Xutos e Pontapés, Paulo Gonzo, Delfins, Calema and Jorge Ferreira.

The show will also air on The Portuguese Channel, Camões TV, Xfinity On Demand and worldwide via RTP International at a later date/time to be announced.

Previously held at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center in New Bedford, this is the first time the show will travel to Rhode Island.

“We are pleased with how ticket sales are going so far,” Saraiva said. “There are still many people who may have heard of IPMA but never experienced it in person. As we are celebrating our 10th anniversary in a new city, a new iconic location , with an amazing lineup of artists, I think the turnout will be great.It’s a memorable way to spend an evening in downtown Providence, celebrate your culture and catch an international TV event.

In addition, for the first time, the After-Party will take place at the same place as the show.

“Anyone interested in attending the After-Party should lock in their tickets as soon as possible as we expect them to sell out,” Saraiva said.

To reserve tickets for the International Portuguese Music Awards show, visit IPMAawards.com or call the PPAC box office at 401-421-2787.

2022 IPMA nominees:

Music Video of the Year

“Hashtag NotAlways” – Mourah, Directed by Miskolczi Margit Lukrécia (Switzerland)

“Lisbon” – Peter Serrado, Directed by Stella Jurgen (Canada)

“Amor ao Longe” – Marito Marques, directed by Aurélio Vasques (Canada)

“Father, Son and the Holy Spirit” – John Black Wolf & The Bandits, directed by Pedro Almeida (Portugal)

Best Instrumental Performance

“The Mermaid and the Sailor” – Sohayla Smith (Canada)

“Perspectives” – Marco Matos (Portugal)

“Up” – i Tempo (Canada)

“Escapismo” – Ricardo J. Martins (Portugal)

World’s Best Music Performance

“Regresso (Live in Warsaw)” – Miroca Paris (Portugal)

“Bo Mister” – Diva Barros (Cape Verde)

“Vamos Ser Felizes” – Cordeone (USA)

“Se Tu Quiser” – Kelly Rosa (Brazil)

Best Traditional Performance

“A Formiga No Carreiro” – Jacinta & Antonio Bastos (Portugal)

“Bailarina” – Bolha (Portugal)

“Manjerico” – Marito Marques (Canada)

“Lua” – Cristina Clara (Portugal)

Best Fado Performance

“A Vida Depois da Vida” – Tony Gouveia (Canada)

“Fado Sem Ti” – Marco Oliveira (Portugal)

“Bem Estar Interdito” – Cordeone (USA)

“Estou Bem” – Inês de Vasconcellos (Portugal)

Best Dance Show

“Pensamento” – Double (Portugal)

“Garota (ft. Alex Ferrari)” – Melo Musik (US)

“Star Sensation” – Sukuri (Spain)

“Sta Sabi (ft. Mito)” – Cee Jay Sena (US)

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Performance

“WAR” – Don Falcon (France)

“Light Show” – Nick Souza (Canada)

“Cala Boca” – B. Magïn (USA)

“Não Dá Mais (ft. MIC)” – ELITE 4K (Portugal)

Best Rock Performance

“Hey God I Am Feeling Better” – John Black Wolf & The Bandits (Portugal)

“In the Middle of the Night” – Nelson Sobral (Canada)

“Terra Água Fogo e Ar” – Duques (Portugal)

“Ba-Love” – We Are Monroe (Canada)

Best Pop Performance

“Amor Ao Longe (ft. Salvador Sobral & MARO)” – Marito Marques (Canada)

“Aurora” – Bruno Correia (Portugal)

“Sing a Sad Song” – Lyia Meta (Malaysia)

“Incerteza” – Bruno Chaveiro (Portugal)

“I’m done” – Ruby Anderson (Canada)

“Dear God” – Mirza Lauchand (Portugal)

Best Performance ‘Música Popular’

“So Querem Tik Tok” – Filipe Sequeira (Portugal)

“Saudades de Portugal” – BandFaith (USA)

“Zé Da Tasca” – Mike da Gaita (Portugal)

“Aventura” – Joey Medeiros (USA)

song of the year

“Estou Bem” – Inês de Vasconcellos (Portugal), written by Capicua & Ricardo Cruz

“Pensamento” – Lookalike (Portugal), written by Lookalike, Tyoz and Isaac Goge

“Bem Estar Interdito” – Cordeone (USA), written by Cordeone

“Amor Ao Longe (ft. Salvador Sobral & MARO)” – Marito Marques (Canada), written by Marito Marques & Paulo Abreu Lima

new talent

Giuliana Amaral (USA)

K45 (USA)

Lurdes C. da Silva can be contacted at ldasilva@ojornal.com. To read more stories about the Portuguese-speaking community, in English and Portuguese, please visit ojornal.com.

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How to watch the Academy of Country Music Awards 2022 https://wildtextileworld.com/how-to-watch-the-academy-of-country-music-awards-2022/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/how-to-watch-the-academy-of-country-music-awards-2022/ Flux the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards tonight at 8 p.m. to Amazon Prime Video. Back in Las Vegas in front of a full audience, the live ceremony will honor the biggest names, rising stars and icons in the country music industry. Hosted by Dolly Parton, tonight’s two-hour show MCA The broadcast will feature […]]]>

Flux the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards tonight at 8 p.m. to Amazon Prime Video. Back in Las Vegas in front of a full audience, the live ceremony will honor the biggest names, rising stars and icons in the country music industry.

Hosted by Dolly Parton, tonight’s two-hour show MCA The broadcast will feature an impressive list of nominees in categories like Album of the Year, Video of the Year, New Female Artist, and more. Chris Young, Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert, Walker Hayes, Jordan Davis, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, Carly Pearce, Carrie Underwood – the list goes on – will all be in attendance, eagerly awaiting the results of each coveted category. Click here to see the full list of nominees.

Kelly Clarkson will also pay tribute to the show’s legendary host, honoring Dolly with a rendition of “I Will Always Love You.” Other stars taking the stage include:

  • Dolly Parton with Kelsea Ballerini
  • Gabby Barrett and Jimmie Allen
  • Jason Aldean
  • BRELAND
  • Kane Brown
  • Luke Bryan
  • Eric Church
  • Jordan Davis
  • Walker Hayes
  • Maren Morris
  • Osborne Brothers
  • Parmalee and Blanco Brown with Brooke Eden
  • Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde
  • Thomas Rett
  • Britney Spencer
  • Chris Stapleton
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Chris Young with Mitchell Tenpenny

You don’t want to miss this special Prime Video ACM streaming event. To agree tonight at 8 p.m. to Amazon Premier.

About the event: “First held in 1966, the Academy of Country Music Awards honored and showcased the biggest names and emerging talents in the industry, and is the longest running country music awards show in history. The 2022 live show will bring together iconic artists for exciting collaborations, surprising moments and an unprecedented number of world premiere performances on TV, all to be announced in the coming months, date and location to be confirmed later. –country music academy

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Music News Digest, March 3, 2022 https://wildtextileworld.com/music-news-digest-march-3-2022/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/music-news-digest-march-3-2022/ Calgary this year Sled Island Music and Arts Festival runs June 22-26 and features music, comedy, film and art at multiple venues across the city. The first lineup announcement notes guest curator performances Sudan Archives, Princess Nokia, Alex Cameron, Sasami, Lydia Lunch, Pears, Retrovirus, Frankie and the Witch Fingers, Pantayo, Lavender Country, Primitive Man, Sweeping […]]]>

Calgary this year Sled Island Music and Arts Festival runs June 22-26 and features music, comedy, film and art at multiple venues across the city. The first lineup announcement notes guest curator performances Sudan Archives, Princess Nokia, Alex Cameron, Sasami, Lydia Lunch, Pears, Retrovirus, Frankie and the Witch Fingers, Pantayo, Lavender Country, Primitive Man, Sweeping Promises, Control Top, Uranium Club, Flore Laurentienne, Zoon, Ombiigizi, Eve Parker Finley, Gus Englehorn, Ghostkeeper, Uyemi and Little Snake. The full 2022 lineup, featuring over 150 additional bands, will be announced in the coming months. Passes are on sale here and Lukes Drug Mart (112 4th St. NE).

The Polaris Music Prize, presented by CBC Music, has unveiled its plans for the 2022 event season. It will kick off with the award’s 40-album long list on June 14, followed by the 10-album short list on July 14. This year’s winning album will be named at the Polaris Gala, which will take place September 19 at The Carlu in Toronto. The Polaris Music Prize awards $50,000 to the artist who creates Canadian Album of the Year, judged solely on artistic merit, without consideration for genre or record sales. The season of events ends with the announcement of two new Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Award-winning albums on October 21.

– The career of the Canadian indie-pop group walk on the earth continues to take interesting turns. Earlier this week, the group earned a Juno nomination for Children’s Album of the Year, for Romeo eats Vol. 1. Coincidently, Flight. 2 is due out tomorrow (March 4). The other big news from WOTE this week is the announcement of their first show at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York. It takes place on June 23, with the band promising new songs, fan favorites and tracks from their latest album, Meet you there. Tix here.

– The Against all odds concert and telethon supports the victims of the catastrophic fires and floods of 2021 BC. A benefit concert and telethon will be held on March 13 to support those affected. The 12-hour online event will include musical performances, messages, vignettes, videos from dignitaries and a concert streamed live from the Clarke Foundation Theater in Mission. Live concert performers will include Tom Jackson, George Canyon, Aaron Pritchett, Kenny Hess, Karen Lee Batten, Jackson Hollow, Becca Hess, Lisa Brokop and Bruce Couglan. The live telethon will include performances from Loverboy, David Gogo, Chilliwack, Crystal Shawanda, Trigger Mafia, Nigel Mack, Big & Rich, Jerry Road, Dustin Harder and the Rhythm & Blues Allstars. More information here. Source: straight georgia

– In honour of Dallas Good, Rick Whitehis close friend and bandmate in The Unintended, wrote and recorded a moving tribute song, Message To Dallas.

– On March 2, the Canadian Country Music Association announced that September 8-11 would be the official dates for Country Music Week 2022. Culminating with the CCMA 2022 awards on September 11, the event sees the CCMA return to Calgary for the tenth time, making the market the most visited by the national awards show.

– Artist showcase submissions are now open for Nova Scotia Music Week (NSMW), scheduled for Sydney, Cape Breton from November 3-6, 2022 for the 25th anniversary of the event. To celebrate NSMW’s anniversary, the submission cost has been reduced to $25. The deadline for submitting here is March 22.

– Montreal is not known as a country music hub, but the first edition of the LASSO-Festival announced a stellar lineup. It will take place from August 11 to 13 on Île Sainte-Hélène in Parc Jean-Drapeau. American stars selected include Dierks Bentley, Old Dominion, Ashley McBryde, Luke Bryan, Kelsea Ballerini, Riley Green, Breland, alongside Canadian Tenille Townes and local artists Matt Lang, Sara Dufour, Five Roses, Brittany Kennell and Léa Jarry. More TBA names. Pass on sale tomorrow (March 4) here

– The acclaimed Canzona Chamber Players presents the solo pianist Vadim Serebryany carry out music about nature, a virtual recital (broadcast via YouTube) whose program includes Beethoven, Ravel, Debussy, Messiaen, Ravel and Béla Bartók. Instead of concert tickets, the CCP is asking for donations to the Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal or the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Donation Details here.

– Quickly organized by the Toronto artist community, With Ukraine is a fundraising concert for the beleaguered nation taking place at the Opera on March 11. The lineup includes Ukrainian and Eastern European bands and those with strong ties to Ukraine, including BLISK, Polky, Lemon Bucket Orkestra Brass, Nastasia Y, Moskitto Bar, Ventanas, etc. All proceeds will go directly to support humanitarian aid in Ukraine, providing immediate aid, medical aid, food and protective equipment. Tix here. Those unable to attend and still wish to support the cause are encouraged to donate directly to one of the organizations listed. here.

Jay Ferguson of Sloan has a second solo online performance scheduled for March 12, 8 p.m. EST, via Side Door. 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Red Cross Humanitarian Crisis Appeal. Tix on sale now here. Expect a whole new set of solo versions of over a dozen songs from Sloan’s catalog.

– Manitoba country singer Kendra Kay announced five shows in Ontario in March (including one at Toronto’s El Mocambo on March 10) ahead of dates in Western Canada. The recipient of 5 Manitoba Country Music Awards, Kay is soaring high with current single Wild. Tour dates here

– The Atlantic Broadcasters Association (APA) is now accepting applications for the Contact East 2022 Artist Selection Committee. 5-7 people are sought, with responsibility for selecting artists to fill approximately 20 performance spots and 10 presentation spots at the Contact East conference September 22-25. The deadline for applying here is April 12.

– The most recent Plants and animals album, The jungle, was released 16 months ago to critical acclaim, but the Montreal indie rock favorites only got to plan a Canadian tour now. Beginning in Winnipeg on April 7, the ride includes dates in Saskatoon, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Vancouver, Toronto, Hamilton and a closing show in Ottawa on May 5. here.

– Very popular Ottawa blues combo Threesome HOROJO will release their first album, set the record, via Stony Plain, April 1. A hometown album release party is scheduled for the rejuvenated Rainbow Bistro that evening, followed by performances at Toronto’s Cameron House (April 2) and London’s Scot’s Corner on April 3.

– Vote for the second round of the 2022 CMAOntario Awards is now open, with a deadline of March 14. CMAO members are invited to vote here now.

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Skibadee (born Alfonso Bondzie), a pioneering jungle and drum’n’bass MC, died last week, aged 47. No cause of death has been reported.

Born in London, Skibadee started his career in 1993 on City Sound Radio and in recent years has been a member of the famous drum’n’bass group SASASAS. He performed across the UK. He was renowned for his collaborations with fellow jungle and drum’n’bass MC Shabba D beginning in 2000. Skibadee won several MC awards as well as the Stevie Hyper D Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Guardian said “Skibadee changed the very nature of what it meant to be an MC in the UK. He’s only featured on a scattering of tracks over his nearly 30-year career, but as shown the intensity of the tributes, his influence was immense nonetheless.” Read more here

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Dancehall Queen ‘Spice’ Won Coveted Jamaica International Music Awards https://wildtextileworld.com/dancehall-queen-spice-won-coveted-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 20:51:53 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/dancehall-queen-spice-won-coveted-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Queen of dancehall music, Spice walked away with the most coveted awards at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards in Sunrise, Florida last night. The Grammy nominee won Best Female Reggae Dancehall Album with “ten,“a few moments after his single”Goh Down Deh” won song of the year. Spice was not present to accept her award […]]]>

Queen of dancehall music, Spice walked away with the most coveted awards at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards in Sunrise, Florida last night. The Grammy nominee won Best Female Reggae Dancehall Album with “ten,“a few moments after his single”Goh Down Deh” won song of the year.

Spice was not present to accept her award but delivered video acceptance speeches to her fans and organizers.

Other notable winners include Kevin Downswell – Best Gospel Artist; Shaniel Muir – Best New Artist, Danger Kid – Best South Florida DJ; and Kurt Riley – Jamaica’s Best DJ. Best Dancehall Reggae Male Album of the Year went to Mascika’s”438.”

The inaugural Jamaican Music Awards show was an overall success, and aside from a few issues, it went down well for the small crowd onsite in South Florida and those who tuned in on Instagram TV. MC Kadene Chambers’ smooth voice, punctuated with intermittent humor, kept the proceedings exciting and the crowd engaging.

The event’s chief organizer, Norman Lawrence, was very pleased with the outcome. “We are thrilled with how JIMA came to be. Last year was just a thought in our minds, and through hard work and long hours put in by the committee, we delivered a show that did what we set out – “owned and honored our music”. However, the true mark of a successful event is the impact on the audience. By that standard, JIMA was a smash hit as “what a great night” and “be sure to keep going!” the comments received from participants were too numerous to count. I am proud of the work accomplished by our team. Planning for next year’s event will begin immediately, as it will be bigger and better.

Several pioneers and eminent ambassadors of Jamaican music were honoured. Byiome ‘I Octane’ Muir, who hosted the evening, was recognized for his humanitarian efforts. Eddy Edwards was honored for his long service and pioneering leadership in entertainment, marketing and events for over 20 years. Carlton “Spragga Benz” received a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to the Jamaican music industry.

One of the best speeches came from Richard Mark ‘Honorebel’ Bailey, recognized for his contribution and work in the Reggae & Dancehall music industry. Industry accolades went to Stone Love and Metro Media, while Ricardo ‘Supa Twitch’ Sanchez was recognized for his 33 years of global involvement in the music industry.

The full list of winners:

Best Female Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP 2021

Spice – (10)

Best Male Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP 202

Mask (438)

Best New Reggae/Dancehall Artist 2021

Shaniel Muir

Best gospel reggae artist 2021

Kevin Downswell

Best DJ, South Florida 2021

Dangerous child

Top South Florida DJ Danger Kid and Kadene Chambers
Best South Florida Danger Kid DJ receiving the award from Kadene Chambers

Best DJ, Jamaica 2021

Kurt Riley

Kurt Riley and Kedene Chambers
Kurt Riley receiving his award from Kedene Chambers

Song of the year 2021

Get Down Deh – Spice, Shaggy, Sean Paul

Life Achievement Award

Ewart ‘Mad Cobra’ Brown

Carlton “Spragga Benz” Scholarship

spragga benz
Spragga-Benz

Industry Pillar Award

stone love

Metro Media

Ricardo ‘Supa Twitch’ Sanchez

33 years in the local and international music industry

Richard Mark ‘Honorebel’ Bailey

Contribution and work in the Reggae & Dancehall music industry

Pariome ‘I Octane’ Muir

Community Support – Humanitarian Award

I Octane receives an award
I Octane (right) receiving an award

sydney robert

Entrepreneurship and community support

Eddy Edwards

Long service and pioneering leadership in entertainment, marketing and events for over 20 years

Eddy Edwards and Norman 'Humble Lion' Lawrence
Eddy Edwards receives his award from Norman ‘Humble Lion’ Lawrence

Dale Holness, former Mayor of Broward County

Hard work in the community of Broward County and South Florida

Dale Holness and Sheriff Gregory Tony
Dale Holness receiving an award from Sheriff Gregory Tony

Mayor Hazel Rogers

Leadership in the Lakes Lauderdale and South Florida Community

Mayor Hazel Rogers

Trade Kings

Production and musical skills in South Florida and across the United States

Faithlyn Gayle

Hard work in social media and street promotions

Andrew ‘Tushie’ Campbell

Hard work in social media and street promotions

Lisa Barnes

Appreciation Award for Supporting WZOP and JIMA

Hans Mullings

Stellar work in event management

Duffton’ Tony Matterhorn’ Taylor

Stellar skills as a music selector and performer

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Tilly Birds Wins Big at the 2021 TOTY Music Awards https://wildtextileworld.com/tilly-birds-wins-big-at-the-2021-toty-music-awards/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 08:31:35 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/tilly-birds-wins-big-at-the-2021-toty-music-awards/ The winners of Thailand’s T-Pop Of The Year (TOTY) Music Awards 2021 show have been announced, with Thai rock band Tilly Birds crowned the biggest winner of the night. The TOTY Music Awards – now in their second year – took place on Monday evening, February 28, with a virtual livestream on the awards’ YouTube […]]]>

The winners of Thailand’s T-Pop Of The Year (TOTY) Music Awards 2021 show have been announced, with Thai rock band Tilly Birds crowned the biggest winner of the night.

The TOTY Music Awards – now in their second year – took place on Monday evening, February 28, with a virtual livestream on the awards’ YouTube channel and social media pages.

Watch the 2021 TOTY Music Awards below.

Tilly Birds – whose second album “It’s Gonna Be Okay” landed at number 18 on NMEThe Top 25 Asian Albums of 2021 list – won Best Artist of the Year (Group), Best Album of the Year, Best Song of the Year for “Until Then” and Best music of the year (male group).

Following the conclusion of the event, Tilly Birds took to Instagram to celebrate their wins, as they posed with their trophies.

Nurdanai Chuchat, member of Tilly Birds, also won the award for best producer of the year. Other notable winners of the 2021 TOTY Music Awards include Hugo for Best Artist of the Year (Solo), F.HERO and MILLI for Best Music of the Year (Collaboration) for “Mirror Mirror” and 4EVE for Best music of the year (female group).

The awards ceremony also saw performances from MILLI, 4EVE, MATCHA, Patrickananda, No One Else and more.

Thai singer and actor Thongchai McIntyre received the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to Thailand’s music and entertainment industry.

The full list of 2021 TOTY Music Awards winners is:

  • Best Artist of the Year (Band) – Tilly Birds
  • Best Album of the Year – Tilly Birds – ‘It’s Gonna Be Alright’
  • Best Song of the Year – Tilly Birds – ‘Until Then’
  • Best Music of the Year (Band) – Tilly Birds ft. MILLI – ‘Just Being Friendly’
  • Best Producer of the Year – Nutdanai Chuchat (Tilly Birds)
  • Best record of the year – AUTTA – ‘ANTVL’
  • Best Music of the Year – 4EVE – ‘Test Me’
  • Best Music of the Year (Girl Group) – 4EVE – ‘Test Me’
  • Best Music Video of the Year – LOMOSONIC – ‘Goodbye’
  • Best Artist of the Year (Solo) – Hugo
  • Best Music of the Year (Male) – Singto Numchok – ‘I just want you to be a pen fan, Dai Bor?’
  • Best Music of the Year (Female) – Bell Warisara – ‘Bring A Pen’
  • Best Music of the Year (Collaboration) – F.HERO, MILLI, Changbin – ‘Mirror Mirror’
  • Best Music of the Year (Rookie) – PP Krit – ‘It’s Okay Not To Be Alright’
  • Best New Artist – HENS
  • Best Album of the Year – Three Man Down – ‘This City Won’t Be Lonely Anymore’
  • Best Cover of the Year – Cocktail – ‘FATE: Alpha’
  • Best Music of the Year (OST) – Non Thanon – ‘Ping’
  • Lifetime Achievement Award – Thongchai McIntyre

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Vybz Kartel and Spice dominate the Jamaica International Music Awards https://wildtextileworld.com/vybz-kartel-and-spice-dominate-the-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 22:30:42 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/vybz-kartel-and-spice-dominate-the-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Dancehall superpowers Spice and Vybz Kartel dominate the top honors nominations at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards (JIMA). The show, which will be seen worldwide from Sunrise in Florida, will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 28. Audiences can watch the live stream on IGTV @WZPPRadio and the WZOP website at www.wzppradio.com Created […]]]>

Dancehall superpowers Spice and Vybz Kartel dominate the top honors nominations at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards (JIMA). The show, which will be seen worldwide from Sunrise in Florida, will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 28. Audiences can watch the live stream on IGTV @WZPPRadio and the WZOP website at www.wzppradio.com

Created by veteran broadcaster Norman ‘Humble Lion’ Lawrence and the WZOP Radio management team, the awards show will showcase the public’s top reggae and dancehall picks for 2021. Prizes will be awarded for the best new artist, male album and Female/EP of the Year, Gospel Reggae Album of the Year and Song of the Year.

Lawrence said the award was conceptualized as a vehicle for music consumers to own and honor it. “It’s a key vehicle to creating a premier brand that will allow reggae and dancehall music fans to say who/what is the best of the best in the industry every year. There has long been a not-so-secret concern that the winners of existing music awards do not necessarily reflect who the public thinks is the best in the respective category,” he said.

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With 30 years of experience broadcasting and promoting Jamaican music, Lawrence knows a thing or two about reggae and dancehall. Therefore, he is aware of how other award shows treat Jamaican-made genres. He said JIMA is essential because: “A lot of times when others include our artists/music in bigger awards shows, it’s usually from their perspective on what they think of our music. With JIMA, all winners will be selected based on what we, as a people, think of our music.

Vybz Kartel and Spice received three nominations each, the most by any artist. “Born Fi Dis” album was nominated in Best Male Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP his album, and he has two entries in song of the year with “African summer” and “Popular.”

Spice is nominated for Best Female Reggae/DancehallAlbum/EP for her album “ten“, and again for Song of the Year with”Frenz” and Get off Dehwhich includes Shaggy and Sean Paul.

Four of the JIMA nominees have been nominated for this year’s Reggae Grammy Awards. They are Spice, Grandpa Morgan, Etana and Sean Paul. Shenseea was also nominated as a featured artist on Kanye West’s album.

Other industry heavyweights included in the nominations are Etana, Gramps MorganBeres Hammond, Popcaan, Alkaline and Busy Signal.

Special awards will be presented to Metro Media, Stone Love and veteran artists Spragga Benz and Mad Cobra for their contribution to the reggae/dancehall industry.

The red carpet affair will also see industry heavyweights, like Tony Matterhorn, Walshy (of Major Laser), I-Octane, Spragga Benz, Supa Twitch, Carol Jacobs and Lymie walk the red carpet.

The nominees for the inaugural show are:

Best Female Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP

Spice up: ten

Etana: Etana

Best Male Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP

Mask : 438

Grandpa Morgan: Positive vibration

I-Octane: Moods

Alkaline: Grand Prize)

Charlie Blacks: Rio Buena

Konshens: Red Reign

Demarco: Melody

Vybz Kartel: Born Fi Dis

Best New Reggae/Dancehall Artist

Shaniel Muir

Skeng

Skillibeng

Jashi Intense

national boss

Yaksta

Best Gospel Reggae Artist

Franklin ankle

Carline Davis

Kevin Downswell

Positive Rondel

Jermaine Edwards

DJ Nicholas

Jamaica’s Best DJ – ZJ Liquid

DJ Boom Boom,

Kurt Riley

ZJ Chrome

Bishop Escobar

mental gugu

South Florida’s Best DJ

Dangerous child

Great Twitch

Red fire

Richie Pooh

Dex of Service

song of the year

Get off Deh: Spice, Shaggy & Sean Paul

Ambition: Yaksta

Humans: National boss

Liquidate: alkaline

frenz: Spice

suicide note: Mascika

crocodile teeth: Skillibeng

upset: Shenseea

God is love: Beres Hammond with Popcaan

African summer: Vybz Kartel

snap: Signal busy

Watch Da Style Yah: Ding Dong

Popular: Vybz Kartel

1 matik: Govana

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Vybz Cartel and Spice dominate the Jamaica International Music Awards https://wildtextileworld.com/vybz-cartel-and-spice-dominate-the-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 22:30:42 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/vybz-cartel-and-spice-dominate-the-jamaica-international-music-awards/ Dancehall superpowers Spice and Vybz Cartel dominate the nominations for top honors at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards (JIMA). The show, which will be seen worldwide from Sunrise in Florida, will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 28. Audiences can watch the live stream on IGTV @WZPPRadio and the WZOP website at www.wzppradio.com. […]]]>

Dancehall superpowers Spice and Vybz Cartel dominate the nominations for top honors at the inaugural Jamaica International Music Awards (JIMA). The show, which will be seen worldwide from Sunrise in Florida, will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 28. Audiences can watch the live stream on IGTV @WZPPRadio and the WZOP website at www.wzppradio.com.

Created by veteran broadcaster Norman ‘Humble Lion’ Lawrence and the WZOP Radio management team, the awards show will showcase the public’s top reggae and dancehall picks for 2021. Prizes will be awarded for the best new artist, male album and Female/EP of the Year, Gospel Reggae Album of the Year and Song of the Year.

Lawrence said the award was conceptualized as a vehicle for music consumers to own and honor it. “It’s a key vehicle to creating a premier brand that will allow reggae and dancehall music fans to say who/what is the best of the best in the industry every year. There has long been a not-so-secret concern that the winners of existing music awards do not necessarily reflect who the public thinks is the best in the respective category,” he said.

– Advertising –

With 30 years of experience broadcasting and promoting Jamaican music, Lawrence knows a thing or two about reggae and dancehall. Therefore, he is aware of how other award shows treat Jamaican-made genres. He said JIMA is essential because: “A lot of times when others include our artists/music in bigger awards shows, it’s usually from their perspective on what they think of our music. With JIMA, all winners will be selected based on what we, as a people, think of our music.

Vybz Cartel and Spice received three nominations each, the most by any artist. “Born Fi Dis” album was nominated in Best Male Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP his album, and he has two entries in song of the year with “African summer” and “Popular.”

Spice is nominated for Best Female Reggae/DancehallAlbum/EP for her album “ten“, and again for Song of the Year with”Frenz” and Get off Dehwhich includes Shaggy and Sean Paul.

Four of the JIMA nominees have been nominated for this year’s Reggae Grammy Awards. They are Spice, Grandpa Morgan, Etana and Sean Paul. Shenseea was also nominated as a featured artist on Kanye West’s album.

Other industry heavyweights included in the nominations are Etana, Gramps MorganBeres Hammond, Popcaan, Alkaline and Busy Signal.

Special awards will be presented to Metro Media, Stone Love and veteran artists Spragga Benz and Mad Cobra for their contribution to the reggae/dancehall industry.

The red carpet affair will also see industry heavyweights, like Tony Matterhorn, Walshy (of Major Laser), I-Octane, Spragga Benz, Supa Twitch, Carol Jacobs and Lymie walk the red carpet.

The nominees for the inaugural show are:

Best Female Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP

Spice up: ten

Etana: Etana

Best Male Reggae/Dancehall Album/EP

Mask : 438

Grandpa Morgan: Positive vibration

I-Octane: Moods

Alkaline: Grand Prize)

Charlie Blacks: Rio Buena

Konshens: Red Reign

Demarco: Melody

Vybz Kartel: Born Fi Dis

Best New Reggae/Dancehall Artist

Shaniel Muir

Skeng

Skillibeng

Jashi Intense

national boss

Yaksta

Best Gospel Reggae Artist

Franklin ankle

Carline Davis

Kevin Downswell

Positive Rondel

Jermaine Edwards

DJ Nicholas

Jamaica’s Best DJ – ZJ Liquid

DJ Boom Boom,

Kurt Riley

ZJ Chrome

Bishop Escobar

mental gugu

South Florida’s Best DJ

Dangerous child

Great Twitch

Red fire

Richie Pooh

Dex of Service

song of the year

Get off Deh: Spice, Shaggy & Sean Paul

Ambition: Yaksta

Humans: National boss

Liquidate: alkaline

frenz: Spice

suicide note: Mascika

crocodile teeth: Skillibeng

upset: Shenseea

God is love: Beres Hammond with Popcaan

African summer: Vybz Kartel

snap: Signal busy

Watch Da Style Yah: Ding Dong

Popular: Vybz Kartel

1 matik: Govana

Advertising

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Jenifer Lopez, LL Cool J Goes Big at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards: Here’s What to Expect [DETAILS] https://wildtextileworld.com/jenifer-lopez-ll-cool-j-goes-big-at-the-2022-iheartradio-music-awards-heres-what-to-expect-details/ Thu, 24 Feb 2022 19:30:00 +0000 https://wildtextileworld.com/jenifer-lopez-ll-cool-j-goes-big-at-the-2022-iheartradio-music-awards-heres-what-to-expect-details/ Still taking place on March 22 in Los Angeles, the 2022 iHeart Radio Music Awards have already found their MC to host the highly anticipated annual radio music show. iHeart Media announces that this year’s iHeart Radio Music Awards will be hosted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee LL Cool J at the […]]]>

Still taking place on March 22 in Los Angeles, the 2022 iHeart Radio Music Awards have already found their MC to host the highly anticipated annual radio music show.

iHeart Media announces that this year’s iHeart Radio Music Awards will be hosted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee LL Cool J at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.


The iHeartRadio Music Awards, widely regarded as one of music’s most important nights, will recognize the artists and songs that received the most exposure on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app in 2021.

READ ALSO: 2022 iHeartRadio Music Nominees Revealed: Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, Olivia Rodrigo and MORE Artists [DETAILS]

LL Cool J as host

With his debut album “Radio” in 1985, LL Cool J became one of the first hip-hop musicians to gain widespread recognition.

After releasing 13 studio albums and winning two Grammy Awards during his career, he became the first rapper to be honored with the Kennedy Center Honors, which he received in 2017.

Revealing that he will also be performing at the awards show, LL Cool J promised more surprises on the night.

“It’s an honor to return to the stage as host of the iHeartRadio Music Awards and bring live music back to fans around the world as we celebrate our favorite artists,” he said in a statement.

In addition to securing the show’s host, the iHeartRadio Music Awards also announced the recipient of the iHeartRadio Icon Award.

The award goes to JLo

Jennifer Lopez will receive the iHeartRadio Icon Award, which recognizes a musical artist who has had a significant impact on pop culture and has had a long and successful career.

Lopez, whose 25-year career in the entertainment industry has seen her achieve success in both film and music, is the first artist to have a No. 1 film and album in the US at the same time. , with “The Wedding Planner” and “J.Lo” in 2001, respectively.

A little more recently, she starred in the film “Marry Me”, for which she also released a soundtrack of the same title.

Often described as a triple threat in the industry for his singing, acting and producing, JLo has made a name for himself in pop culture, particularly with his iconic Super Bowl halftime performance with Shakira in 2020 which further cemented her iconic title.

The event, which will take place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on March 22, will air live on Fox at 8:00 p.m. ET. The ceremony will air on the West Coast at 8:00 p.m. PT after a delayed taping.

READ ALSO: After Super Bowl’s ‘Good Morning Gorgeous’, Mary J Blige to headline ‘2022 Roots Picnic’ with Mickey Guyton

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