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Results + Photos of the 2010 Madison Area Music Awards

[gallery] Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo and Mark Croft were the big winners. Each took home five awards, including an Artist of the Year nod for the Hoodoo. Beth Kille and Primitive Culture also fared well with four MAMAs each. Jimmy Voegeli won Keyboardist of the Year. Former Project M contestants also carried home awards of their own - Scott Lamps + Mike Droho both won Song of the Year in the Classical and Urban/R&B categories respectively, while Whitney Mann won Best New Artist! For more insider info on what went down this year, check out Gabby Parsons' blog post - she was in the front row! Congratulations to all the winners + nominees, thanks to the MAMAs for all that they do - also a big thanks to our overnight guy Ed Johnson for taking the pictures. It's great to live in a city that celebrates music as much as Madison does. Artist Of The Year Aaron Williams and The Hoodoo Album Of The Year Alternative - El Valiente, Daceton Blues - Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo, It Ain't Easy Classical - Scott Lamps, Evensong Compilation - Union Cab of Madison Presents: Rearview Visionaries Vol. 2 Country - Madison County, Enjoy The Ride Electronic - The Cemetery Improvement Society, Lonely Dog Island Folk/Americana - Beth Kille, This Beautiful Beast Hard Rock/Punk - Helliphant, Powdered Tusk Jazz - Mama Digdown's Brass Band, We Make 'Em Say Ooh Pop - Mark Croft, The Possibility of Disaster Rock - Sunspot, Singularity Unique - Zombeatles, Meat the Zombeatles Urban/R&B - Dumate, We Have The Technology World - Primitive Culture, Fantasy Song Of The Year Alternative - Letter 8, "Habit" Blues - Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo, "Drinking Blues" Classical - Scott Lamps, "Evensong" Country/Bluegrass - Ryan Casey, "Please Don't Go" Electronic - The Cemetery Improvement Society, "Sixth Severance" Folk/Americana - Beth Kille, "I Can't Love You Anymore" Hard Rock/Punk - Cactus Joe and the Guppy Effect, "Porn Star Hot" Jazz - Harmonious Wail, "Vegan Zombie's Lament" Pop - Mark Croft, "Momma Don't Come Around" Rock - Sunspot, "No Place Like Home" Unique - The Gomers, "Alien vs. Predator" Urban/R&B - Mike Droho & The Compass Rose, "Shame On You" World - Primitive Culture, "Hook Up" Performer Of The Year Blues - Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo Country/Bluegrass - The Rowdy Prairie Dogs Cover Band - The Blue Olives DJ - Fusion Electronic - The Cemetery Improvement Society Folk/Americana - Beth Kille Hard Rock/Punk - The Motor Primitives Jazz - Harmonious Wail Pop - Mark Croft Rock - The Lucas Cates Band Unique - Art Paul Schlosser Urban/R&B - The L.O.S.T. S.O.U.L.S World - Natty Nation Youth Ensemble - Stoughton Concert Choir New Artist Whitney Mann Male Vocalist Mark Croft Female Vocalist Beth Kille Ensemble Vocalists The Blue Olives Video Of The Year Mark Croft, "Don't Speak" Instrumentalists Bass - Gordon Ramney (The Gomers) Brass - Phil Lyons (Primitive Culture) Drummer/Percussionist - Eric Shackleford (Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo) Guitarist - John Masino Keyboardist - Jimmy Vogeli (The Jimmys) Specialty Instrument - Sims Delaney-Pothoff (Harmonious Wail) (mandolin) Strings - Biff Blumfumgagnge (The Gomers) Woodwinds - Bob Corbit (Primitive Culture) People's Choice Awards Live Music Venue of the Year - High Noon Saloon Live Sound Engineer - Recording Studio of the Year - Smart Studios Recording Sound Engineer - Local Music Record Store of the Year - B-Side Local Music Radio Station of the Year - WORT, 89.9 FM Local Music Radio Personality of the Year - Rockin' John McDonald Teachers Of The Year Tom Mielke and Brad Schneider, Middleton High School Student Of The Year Greg Riss Youth Performer Of The Year Alice Hueng Meritorious Service Awards Donny Neufuss, Madison County Lifetime Achievement Award Jim Fleming

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