posted Monday, January 10, 2011
Bob McNeill's new album Me and Mary Ann has been shortlisted for Best Folk Album at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards (the "Tuis"). The awards are New Zealand's equivalent of The Grammys. Congratulations to the other shortlisted acts who are:
Flip Grater "While Iím Awake Iím At Warí"
Wires & Wood "Over The Moon"
Forbidden Joe "In Mourning For The Pride Of Petravore"
The Tui Award for Best Folk Album will be presented at the Auckland Folk Festival during the final concert on Sunday 30 January 2011. For full information about the Auckland Folk Festival visit www.aucklandfolkfestival.co.nz. Bob will be performing, along with the other finalists, at a special concert on the main stage at 6pm.
Read the full press release over at www.nzmusicawards.co.nz
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