Local band in the running for 18th annual Independent Music Awards

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Homegrown talent Brick Fields Blues Therapy Group is among the artists and bands vying for a nomination in the 18th annual Independent Music Awards (IMAs), the influential platform for established and emerging artists from around the globe.

If nominated, Brick Fields would be among this year's winners announced during the IMA ceremony in the summer of 2020 at the Symphony Space Performing Arts Center in New York City. The award honors artistry and innovation rather than sales or touring statistics in more than 100 album, EP, song, producer, video and design categories. Each year, thousands of self-released and indie label submissions from around the globe, in all styles of music, are evaluated by panels of recording and touring artists, programmers and other influencers to determine the nominees.

Music fans can register at www.IndepdendentMusicAwards.com to vote for one Vox Pop Nominee in each song and music video category and earn points by promoting IMA artists on their social networks. To help Brick Fields Blues Therapy Group become a Vox Pop Nominee, visit https://fans.independentmusicawards.com/artists/rachel-brick-2.

Winning projects are selected by judging panels of iconic artists which has included Keith Richards, Tom Waits, Aimee Mann, M'shell Ndegeocello, Chris Thiele, Peter Gabriel and more.

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  • A big fan of Brick Fields Blues Therapy

    -- Posted by Janice Warnock on Sat, Nov 30, 2019, at 7:51 AM
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