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article imageInterview with Michelle Wright: CCMA 'Female Artist' nomination Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 27, 2013 in Entertainment
Canadian country music musician Michelle Wright is nominated yet again for the prestigious 2013 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) award for “Female Artist of the Year.”
She is in the running along with such fellow nominees as Terri Clark, newcomer Jaida Dreyer, Kira Isabella, as well as Carolyn Dawn Johnson.
According to Michelle Wright, she remarked, “It really is an honor to be nominated. I appreciate it very much.”
Throughout her career in the country scene, Wright has garnered the “Female Artist of the Year” award five times and is tied with Carolyn Dawn Johnson and Shania Twain for the most wins. If she were to win this year, it would mark her sixth career win in this major category and the record for most wins would be hers.
In 2011, she was inducted into the coveted Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, thus becoming one of its youngest members ever to receive this honor.
This year was a big one for Wright. She released her latest studio album “Strong” via her record label, Savannah Records. Its empowering lead-off single and title cut “Strong” has received rave reviews from fans and critics alike.
The CCMA award ceremony is expected to take place on September 8 in Edmonton, Canada. Tune in to see if Michelle Wright walks away with the trophy for “Female Artist of the Year.”
For more information on country sensation Michelle Wright, visit her official website.
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