Tuesday, 30 June 2015

The SAY Awards 2015

The SAY Awards 2015

Produced by The Scottish Alternative Music Industry Association (SMIA), The SAY Awards is now in its fourth year and has grown to become the most prestigious music prize in Scotland. This year's shortlist included Paolo Nutini, previous winner Young Father and Belle and Sebastian. 
Each Shorlisted album wins the artist behind it a £1,000 prize and a one of a kind quilt from Glasgow School of Art graduate Vanessa Hindshaw. (http://www.sayaward.com/design-commission/)
This year Singer Songwriter Kathryn Joseph became the worthy winner of Scottish Album of the year for her "very special" debut album. The critically acclaimed work, 'Bones You Have Thrown Me And Blood I've Splilled', had already seen the enigmatic artist names as one to watch 2015, but she saw off  a fiercely competitive shortlist to take home the coveted award at the Scottish Album of the Year Awards 2015. 
The award was presented bu co-hosts Janice Forsyth and Vic Galloway in-front  of an audience of industry insiders, avid music fans and some of Scotland's best and brightest creative talents.
Kathryn celebrates her win at The Scottish Album Of The Year Ceremony.(photo- Herald Scotland)

Stewart Henderson, chair of the SMIA, said "It's been a flagship year for the SAY Award, our biggest yet, so I'm absolutely delighted for Kathryn. 'Bones you Have Thrown Me And Blood I've Spilled' is a beautiful and very special album'. 
To find out more information about Kathyrn and her award winning album please follow this link- http://www.sayaward.com/the-albums/kathryn-joseph-bones-you-have-thrown-me-and-blood-ive-spilled/
Much Love
Nicola x

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