Charlie A’Court won two ECMAs this week at the 25th annual East Coast Music Awards. A’Court brought home the hardware for both categories he was nominated, R&B / Soul Recording as well as Blues Recording Of The Year for his latest release, Triumph & Disaster.
A’Court’s success over the weekend culminated in a stand-out performance of “Sun Is Gonna Shine” featuring the Nova Scotia Mass Choir at the Gala concert on Sunday, March 10 at the Cunard Centre in Halifax.
I wanted to share this post with you. I’ve written a song about the impact of bullying and teen depression. I was moved by tragic stories of teen suicide in my hometown and across Canada. For some, this can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss, but I know that its important to open up as a community and be supportive to those loved ones struggling with depression as well as to stand up against bullying.
Nominated for two awards at the 2013 East Coast Music Awards, Charlie A’Court will be performing at the Awards Gala. Taking place on Sunday, March 10 at Halifax’s Cunard Centre (961 Marginal), The Chronicle Herald East Coast Music Awards Gala will feature performances from other East Coast artists, including:
The Barra MacNeils
Mary Jane Lamond
The awards presented during the gala are:
Chronicle Herald Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year
Chronicle Herald Fan’s Choice Video of the Year
Album of the Year
Group Recording of the Year
Solo Recording of the Year
Song of the Year
Tickets for the Awards Gala are $55 inclusive of taxes and fees, and can be purchased in person at any Ticket Atlantic box office or at participating Atlantic Superstores, by phone at (902) 451-1221 or toll-free (877) 451-1221, and online at: http://www.ticketatlantic.com/en/home/events/eastcoastmusicawardsgala/info.aspx.