2010 Blues Music Award Winners.Pinetop Perkin's Piano Player of the Year.

MARK SCHOSSOW yupduluth@msn.com
Sat May 8 04:09:16 EDT 2010


               I have to say to my mistake (I made a mistake) that I am sorry to the winner.I did not see the name at the end and meant to say congrats to the winner of Pinetops award.

          Also,to the folk that have issue's with the awards is that I partially agree with you.The Artist's that win,work very hard to get there and deserve what they get.It mean's a rise in status that increases they're value in contract's.What musicians wish that they could make a living doing just, and only what they're passion is.

             There is also those hard workin ,butt kickin band's that are so good,playin the smaller and the larger gig's but "playin".Then get up in 4 hr.s and hit the day job and practice,eat,pay attention to the wife and kids and do it again damn near every day.The fan's mean so much.Word get's out.People listen to the outer fringe folk,(writer's,people with alot of influence over friends),some words get around,and bang,you can be there.Some of the best I have heard are at obscure places.They seem to play for the sheer love of the music the perform.God bless em.

                                To my brothers and sisters in blues,

                                                                             YupDuluth.
 


Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 18:20:14 -0700
Subject: Re: 2010 Blues Music Award Winners.Pinetop Perkin's Piano Player of the Year.
From: bluesyall@wildblue.net
To: yupduluth@msn.com; BLUES-L@lists.netspace.org



That's Wonderful!  Valerie


On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 7:03 AM, MARK SCHOSSOW <yupduluth@msn.com> wrote:

    Hey now Pinetop Perkins!!!

                                           Congradulation's on "Piano Player of the year" award!

                                                                                     Your Brother in blue's,

                                                                                                            Yupduluth.



> Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 09:38:01 -0400
> From: Scottcable@aol.com
> Subject: Re: 2010 Blues Music Award Winners
> To: BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG
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> Congrats to Bob and Sue Koester !!!! I was happy to be a part of the DVD It
> Aint Over .Great to see Red win as well. I wish Chicago Blues A Living
> History had won in it's category.
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> In a message dated 5/7/2010 9:34:40 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> usblue5@aol.com writes:
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> 2010 Blues Music Awards Winners
> B.B. King Entertainer of the Year: Tommy Castro
> Album of the Year: Between a Rock and the Blues, Joe Louis Walker
> Acoustic Album of the Year: You Got to Move, David Maxwell & Louisiana Red
> Acoustic Artist of the Year: Louisiana Red
> Band of the Year: Tommy Castro Band
> Best New Artist Debut: Tiger in your Tank, Monkey Junk
> Contemporary Blues Album of the Year: Hard Believer, Tommy Castro
> Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the Year: Ruthie Foster
> Contemporary Blues Male Artist of the Year: Tommy Castro
> DVD of the Year: “It Ain’t Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues,
> Live at Buddy Guy’s Legends,” Delmark Records
> Historical Album of the Year: Muddy Waters, Authorized Bootleg, Chess
> Records
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Bass: Bob Stroger
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Drums: Cedric Burnside
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Guitar: Derek Trucks
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Harmonica: Jason Ricci
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Horn: Deanna Bogart
> Instrumentalist of the Year-Other: Buckwheat Zydeco (accordion)
> Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of the Year: Eden Brent
> Rock Blues Album of the Year: Already Free, Derek Trucks Band
> Song of the Year: “Pearls River,” Cyril Neville and Mike Zito
> Soul Blues Album of the Year: Ace Of Spades, Johnny Rawls
> Soul Blues Female Artist of the Year: Irma Thomas
> Soul Blues Male Artist of the Year: Curtis Salgado
> Traditional Blues Album of the Year: Chikadelic, Super Chikan
> Traditional Blues Female Artist of the Year: Debbie Davies
> Traditional Blues Male Artist of the Year: Duke Robillard



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