Monday, March 11, 2002

List of Cammy winners




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Best Alternative-Rock Band: Ryan Adcock Band
        Best Roots Rock Band: Pike 27
        Best World Beat Band: Salsa Caliente
        Best Hard-Rock Band: Jackass
        Best Cover/Party/Classic Rock Band: Blue Stone Ivory
        Best Jazz Band: Blue Wisp Big Band
        Best Jazz Instrumentalist: Cal Collins, guitar
        Best Jazz Vocalist: Eugene Goss
        Favorite Place to Hear Live Music: Southgate House
        Best Folk/Bluegrass Band: Comet Bluegrass All Stars
        Best Folk/Bluegrass Instrumentalist: Ed Cunningham, mandolin, fiddle (Comet All Stars)
        Best Folk/Bluegrass Vocalist: Chris Collier
        Live Event of the Year: Queen City Blues Fest (July 6-7, Bicentennial Commons)
        Best Blues/R&B Band: Kelly Richey Band
        Best Blues/R&B Instrumentalist: Ricky Nye, piano
        Best Blues/R&B Vocalist: Sonny Moorman
        Best Country Band: StarDevils
        Best Country Instrumentalist: Ed Vardiman, guitar (StarDevils)
        Best Country Vocalist: Dallas Moore (Dallas Moore Band)
        Best Urban/Hip-hop Band: FreekBass
        Best Urban/Hip-hop Instrumentalist: Beta-17 (FreekBass)
        Best Urban/Hip-hop Vocalist: Chris Sherman (FreekBass)
        Producer of the Year: Ric Hordinski
        CD of the Year: I Feel Pretty, Clabbergirl
        Best Solo Act: Ricky Nye
        Best New Artist: Tonefarmer
        Best Songwriter: Mark Messerly and Brian Ewing
        Best Rock Instrumentalist: Newky Stapleton
        Best Rock Vocalist: Ryan Adcock
        Favorite Band: Buckra
        Lifetime Achievement
Awards:
Legends of King Records: Philip Paul, Syd Nathan, James Brown, Otis Williams, Catfish Collins, Bootsy Collins, Lonnie Mack, Charles Spurling



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- List of Cammy winners
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