Spring Creek winners of IMA's 'Vox Populi' Award for Best Americana Song
Lyons, CO----Spring Creek have been named the winners in the 2007 Vox Populi portion of the Independent Music Awards for their original song, "High Up in the Mountains." The song, a fan favorite and instant classic, is one of the band's most requested songs and has already been performed around the country by other bands, such as Uncle Earl.
Among the band's other awards and achievements, Spring Creek are the winners of the 2007 Telluride and RockyGrass Festival band competitions. Each of the band members has received numerous personal awards for their instrumental and vocal work, including Chris Elliott's banjo championship at RockyGrass 2007. The band has been featured in various national bluegrass publications, such as Bluegrass Now, Bluegrass Unlimited and Bluegrass Music Profiles. Spring Creek has released two independent albums, Rural & Cosmic--which features "High up in the Mountains"--and 2008's Lonesome Way to Go.
IMA LINK: http://www.musiciansatlas.com/epk/imabuzzvoxpopulispecial.html
Each year, Music Resource Group assembles a panel of esteemed Artist and Industry judges to determine the Winners & Finalists of the Independent Music Awards. Recognizing that ultimately it’s the voice/choice of the people that matters most to an artist’s career, the IMA Vox Populi poll was added in 2006 to allow music fans to pick their favorites.
This year, over 37,000 voters from around the globe were cast in this year’s “people’s choice” component of the IMAs for all music, video, art & swag categories. Now the votes are in, tabulated and the winners of the IMA Vox Populi popular vote are announced.