Latest news » Martyn's 'Grit' Nominated for Scottish Music Award 2004

Martyn Bennett's album 'Grtit' has been nominated for a Scots Trad Music Award! Described in the nomination list as an 'unforgettable album' and Martyn as an artist who 'continues to astound'. You can vote for Grit on the Hands Up For Trad website. Hands up for Trad, in association with BBC Scotland Interactive, will be hosting the second annual Scots Trad Music Awards 2004 on Saturday, December 4th at 7.30pm in Edinburgh's Queen's Hall. The aim of the Awards is to celebrate Scotland's rich musical heritage and in doing so, create a high profile annual event to bring traditional music centre stage. The Awards encompass Scotland's thriving traditional music scene from Gaelic and Scots song, folk music, Scottish dance to pipe bands and more. This year's event will again be opened by the Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture. Tickets can be bought from the Queen's Hall (Edinburgh) Box Office 0131 668 2019 (priced from £8 - £15).

Published 9th Nov 2004, 3:43pm »