Rebecca has been nominated in the 2019 Independent Music Awards in the Folk Singer Songwriter Category for her song ‘Waves’
The 17th awards are being presented to the recipients at the Symphony Space Performing Arts Center 2537 Broadway at 95thStreet New York
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Rebecca is one of six globally nominated artists in this category – the only other artist from Wales to be previously recognised in Rebecca’s category is Martyn Joseph. So Rebecca is in great company. Previous recipients in this category include Passenger.
Rebecca will be walking the red carpet at about the same time Adam Walton will be presenting his Adam Walton Show on BBC Radio Wales Saturday night. Around about midnight. Adam was the first presenter to air ‘Waves’ on his radio show in 24thMarch 2018 saying:-
‘There’s a real emotional undertone there as well but clearly clearly beautiful and Rebecca Hurns voice is,I think, one of our national treasures as it were – and a new one- because normally national treasures status is bestowed on something that’s like ancient, but Rebecca Hurns voice has got something truly special – you know- about it’
Judges this year include:-
Lee Ann Womack
Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons)
David Rosenthal (Musical director for Billy Joel)
Trist Curless (Manhattan Transfer)