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article imageGrammy nominee Dale Ann Bradley earns two 2016 IBMA nominations

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 30, 2016 in Music
Bluegrass queen Dale Ann Bradley has earned two 2016 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) nominations, including "Female Vocalist."
Aside from her nod in the prestigious "Female Vocalist" category, Bradley has been nominated for "Emerging Artist of the Year" with her all-girl bluegrass group, Sister Sadie, which released their breakthrough, self-titled studio album earlier this year.
Sister Sadie is comprised of Bradley on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, as well as Tina Adair on mandolin, Deanie Richardson on fiddle, Gena Britt on banjo and Beth Lawrence on acoustic bass.
This past Wednesday, Sister Sadie and Flatt Lonesome performed during the 2016 IBMA Awards Nomination announcement over Sirius XM's Bluegrass Junction Channel 61 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Throughout her illustrious career in the music scene, Bradley has won "Female Vocalist of the Year" five times, and this year, she was nominated for a Grammy award for "Best Bluegrass Album" for her critically-acclaimed CD Pocket Full of Keys, which Digital Journal dubbed as "magnificent," and rightfully so. It features an outstanding version of Gin Blossoms' "Til I Hear it from You."
The IBMA awards will take place on September 29 at Raleigh's Duke Energy Center for The Performing Arts in Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information on Dale Ann Bradley and her music, check out her official website.
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