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Tedeschi-Trucks, Tab Benoit Top Blues Music Awards

SOURCE: Published: 2012-05-12
The big winners at the 33rd Blues Music Awards were Tab Benoit and the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Tab took home 3 awards and Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks combined for 5. Benoit took top honors in Contemporary Male Artist and Album and B.B. King Entertainer of the Year.

The Tedeschi Trucks Band took Band and Album of the Year Awards, while Susan is top Contemporary Female Artist and Derek  won Gibson Guitarist of the Year. Both Ruthie Foster and Charlie Musselwhite garnered two Blue Music Awards.

The full list of 2012 Blues Music Award winners:

Acoustic Album: Conversations in Blue - David Maxwell & Otis Spann

Acoustic Artist: Eric Bibb

Album: Revelator - Tedeschi Trucks Band

B.B. King Entertainer: Tab Benoit

Band: Tedeschi Trucks Band

Best New Artist Debut: Runaway - Samantha Fish

Contemporary Blues Album: Medicine - Tab Benoit

Contemporary Blues Female Artist: Susan Tedeschi

Contemporary Blues Male Artist: Tab Benoit

DVD: Live at Antone's - Ruthie Foster (Blue Corn)

Gibson Guitar Award: Derek Trucks

Historical Album: Chess Records - Smokestack Lightning/The Complete Chess Masters 1951-1960 (Howlin' Wolf)

Instrumentalist-Bass: Biscuit Miller

Instrumentalist-Drums: Chris Layton

Instrumentalist-Horn: Terry Hanck

Instrumentalist-Other: Sonny Rhodes, lap steel guitar

Koko Taylor Award (Traditional Blues Female): Ruthie Foster

Pinetop Perkins Piano Player: Marcia Ball

Rock Blues Album: Dust Bowl - Joe Bonamassa

Song: “The Lord is Waiting, the Devil is Too" - Johnny Sansone

Soul Blues Album: Show You a Good Time Bobby Rush

Soul Blues Male Artist: Curtis Salgado

Traditional Blues Album: Chicago Blues A Living History the (R)evolution Continues - Billy Boy Arnold, John Primer, Billy Branch, Lurrie Bell, Carlos Johnson

Traditional Blues Male Artist: Charlie Musselwhite


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