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Trevor Panczak in the running for ACMA awards

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Local country musician Trevor Panczak is up  for several ACMA music awards including male artist of the year, rising star, video of the year for Cheap Shades, album of the year for “Where I Go To Come back” and fans choice.

Trevor Panczak is up for several ACMA awards. Photo by Richard Amery
“And my bassist Ray Banman has been nominated for musician of the year,” Panczak said, noting he made the top 10 finals, and expects to hear if he made the Top 5 in mid December.

“I’ve been nominated for awards before. They just show what I’m doing is on the right track,” Panczak said.
 The top five perform at the  ACMA awards weekend in Red Deer, Jan. 26-27.
THat’s a great excuse for artists to socialize , because running in the same circuit, we don’t often get to see each other,” Panczak said.

 ACMA members in good standing aka members who have paid their five dollar membership fee can vote for fans choice. People in the industry vote for other categories.


He said an important effect of being nominated award is the increased visibility he gets.

“It increases your profile and that leads to more gigs,” he said, adding he has had a busy year of playing.

“I’ve played from Westlock to Bassano and everywhere in between,” he said, adding his next big local gig is New Year’s Eve for Esmereldas
Members  can vote through

— By Richard Amery,L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 November 2018 23:45 )  
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