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Published: 8/10/2017

    

Congrats to SESAC’s Peter Cooper, Thomm Jutz and Milan Miller

 
Today (Aug. 10, 2017), the International Bluegrass Association announced the latest batch of nominees for their Momentum Awards and Special Awards. 
 
Among the nominees for the Special Awards were Thomm Jutz and Milan Miller, receiving a nomination for “Songwriter,” and Peter Cooper, receiving a nomination for his “Liner Notes” Live in Sweden, New Kentucky Colonels.  
 
The recipients of the 2017 Special Awards will be presented with their awards at a luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 28 in Raleigh, North Carolina, as part of the IBMA’s World of Bluegrass event.
 
Best of luck to SESAC’s Peter Cooper, Thomm Jutz and Milan Miller. 
 
The announcement with all the nominees can be read here
 
Last month, Cooper and Jutz were recognized by the International Bluegrass Music Association with IBMA Award nominations for their work telling the life story of Country Music Hall of Famer Mac Wiseman. The album, I SANG THE SONG (Life of the Voice with a Heart), which was produced by the duo with Wiseman, garnered “Song of the Year” and “Recorded Event of the Year” nominations.  “Going Back to Bristol,” penned by Wiseman, Jutz and Cooper, and performed by Shawn Camp (Earls of Leicester) earned the nominations in both categories.  Separately, “’Tis Sweet to Be Remembered,” performed by Mac Wiseman and Alison Krauss, on the same project produced by Jutz and Cooper, also earned a “Recorded Event of the Year” nomination.
 
Additionally, The Earls of Leicester garnered five nominations as a band with vocalist Shawn Camp claiming three more (mentioned above) in individual categories—Male Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year and Recorded Event of the Year.
 
Congrats to all the incredible artists and songwriters. 
 
For more information and a full list of nominations, please read the IBMA press release.
 
“Going Back to Bristol”

 
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