Ok y’all… this year is gonna be crazy!! Our first major show announcement is that we are headlining the CCMA stage for the Dogwood Festival in Fayetteville, NC on April 23rd & 24th! We’re also very excited and very thankful beyond words to our partner/ benefactor and friends with Dark Moon Entertainment for our very own bus to get us there and everywhere else!! That and so many more great things to come. So y’all stay tuned!!
Fayetteville, N.C. (January 25, 2022) –The Carolina Country Music Association, a trade association representing singers, songwriters, musicians, and other allied professionals in the country music industry, has announced the association’s winners for all twelve categories for the 2021 Carolina Country Music Awards (CCMAs).
This year’s winners are as follows:
ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR• Dustin Chapman (Whiteville, NC)
MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR• Jason Ray Welsh (Myrtle Beach, SC)
FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR• Lecretia Ann (Spartanburg, SC)
VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR• Rivermist (Fayetteville, NC)
DUO OF THE YEAR• Walter Finley & April Dawn (Charlotte, NC)
COUNTRY SINGLE OF THE YEAR• “Coming Home” Randall Fowler
COUNTRY MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR• “Carolina Shine” Carolina Shine
CHRISTIAN COUNTRY SINGLE OF THE YEAR• “Cowboys Of Faith” Jordan Pickett
SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR• Currie Wayne Clayton Jr (Fayetteville, NC)
COUNTRY TOUR OF THE YEAR• Jason Lee Cook (Walterboro, SC)
EMERGING NEW ARTIST• Diamonds and Whiskey (Charlotte, NC)
DAMIEN HORNE HUMANITARIAN AWARD• Brent Atwood (Myrtle Beach, SC)
SWEET TEA MAKING A DIFFERENCE AWARD• Craig Morrison from Fayetteville Area Operation Inasmuch (Fayetteville, NC)
A production of the Carolina Country Music Association, the Carolina Country Music Awards is an annual event open to performers who grew up in or now reside in North Carolina or South Carolina. The show’s Executive Producer is Sweet Tea Country, who is also the afternoon DJ on the Carolina Country Radio Network (100.1 WFAY in Fayetteville, NC and 103.7 WNMB in North Myrtle Beach, SC).
According to Sweet Tea, “I can give them the canvas…which are the giant megaphones of our Radio stations. But our artists have to create their musical masterpieces. The CCMAs allow these musicians to be recognized for their hard work.” She also says that country music fans aren’t neglected because the show is also a way for fans to connect with the musicians.