Boston Music Awards

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The Boston Music Awards is an annual set of music awards that showcase talent in the Boston, Massachusetts area. The awards were founded in 1987 and were presented as part of the annual NEMO Music Showcase and Conference until that event's final presentation in 2006.[1] Past shows have featured such notable talent as Aerosmith, Bang Camaro, The Dresden Dolls, JoJo, Pat Metheny, Amanda Palmer, Phish, Donna Summer, Shea Rose, James Taylor and Jada.[2][3]

Winners[edit]

2001[edit]

American Hi-Fi won the Rising Star award.

2005[edit]

Ray Lamontagne Best Male Singer/Songwriter, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year)

2010[edit]

The 2010 Boston Music Awards were presented on December 6, 2010, at the Liberty Hotel in Boston. Peter Wolf's Midnight Souvenirs won the prize for album of the year and Amanda Palmer was named artist of the year. The Dropkick Murphys were Live Artist of the Year, M-Dot was named Hip-Hop Artist of the year, Kingsley Flood won as New Artist of the Year, and "Living in America" by Dom won Song of the Year. In total, 32 awards were given.[4][5][6]

2011[edit]

Shea Rose R&B/Soul/Urban Contemporary Artist of the Year

2012[edit]

Shea Rose Pop/R&B Artist of the Year

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