Happy Thanksgiving week! We’re proud to bring you a new feature which will be published every Monday. So many things are happening in the indie world, and we try to cover as many of them as possible. This feature will bring you tidbits of recent events involving indie artists. If you want to know more about the latest happenings, check in with us each Monday. If any of these snippets pique your interest, let us know and we’ll expand our coverage.
World Hello Day – November 21
K-Syran has released a music video of an acoustic version of her song “Hello” to celebrate World Hello Day, when everyone is encourage to say “hello” to 10 new people. You can find out more about K-Syran by checking out our Women in Entertainment feature on her.
Temecula Valley Music Awards Handed Out
The TVMAs were handed out on November 12 in Temecula, California. Among the winners announced by founder Tim Moyer was recent LA Music Critic Award winner Diana Rein for Best Blues. Other winners included Bob Karwin for Best Acoustic performance; Maddie Lei for Best Country performance; OS Roxx and Cougrzz Rock tied for Best Cover Band; Daring Greatly for Best out of Town; Jarvis Brown for Best Rock performance; We Belong for Best Tribute Band; Anthony Cullins for Best Youth Original song; Makayla Philips for Best Youth Cover Song and Franklin’s Cove for Most Supportive Venue. Erick Turner was also awarded Local Legend.
If you live in or around the Temecula Valley of California, TVMA is gearing up for their 2017 season. Check them out for more info.
Hollywood Music in Media Awards
It’s definitely awards season. The HMMAs are unique in that they honor music in media from both indie and mainstream artists. These awards, created by Los Angeles producer Brent Harvey, continue to expand their reach and are becoming more and more prestigious in the industry. Among the indie artists who were nominated and appeared at this year’s HMMAs, held on November 17 at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, were Katie Garibaldi and Marina V. Justin Timberlake and John Debney were among the winners, which also included indie artist Jon Mullane for Best Independent Video for “Born Beautiful,” as well as an Honorable Mention for his documentary, Shine On. Find out more by visiting their website.
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