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article imageReview: Bluegrass star Becky Buller wins big at the 2018 IBMA awards Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 28, 2018 in Music
Raleigh - On September 27, 2018, Becky Buller was a big winner at the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) awards, which were held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Becky Buller, who is signed to Dark Shadow Recording, won the award for "Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year" for "Speakin' To That Mountain," which she co-wrote with Jeff Hyde. The Becky Buller Band performed that song at the IBMA award ceremony a few moments prior to winning that prestigious accolade.
She was also honored to be part of the "First Ladies of Bluegrass," where she performed with Alison Brown, Missy Raines, Sierra Hull, and Molly Tuttle. The group of female musicians won the IBMA award for "Recorded Event of the Year" for "Swept Away," which was released via Compass Records.
Her banjo player, Ned Luberecki, was honored as the "Banjo Player of the Year" by the IBMA.
Stephen Mougin, the head of Dark Shadow Recording, expressed how proud he is of the hard work and dedication of everybody at the label family. "These collaborations, performances, and recordings are a shining beacon of the qualities our genre demands and deserves," Mougin said, in a press release. He also thanked the IBMA for bringing people together through their universal love of bluegrass music.
For more information on award-winning bluegrass musician Becky Buller and her band, check out her official homepage.
Read More: Becky Buller chatted with Digital Journal about her 2018 IBMA nominations, as well as "The Rebel And The Rose," her duet with mandolin virtuoso Sam Bush. Buller also spoke about the digital transformation of the music business.
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