Country Legend, Alternative Rock Guitarist Wins at LA Music Video Awards; Nashville Artist, NABS IMDB-Sanctioned Nomination
Legendary country singer-songwriter Margie Singleton and alternative rock guitarist/songwriter JJ McGuigan are among the winners of the LA Music Video Awards. Nashville singer-songwriter Jeremy Parsons is nominated for a Monkey Bread Tree Film Award
LOS ANGELES, CA / LONDON, UK – MTS Management Group is happy to announce legendary country singer-songwriter, Margie Singleton and Wichita, Kansas alt-rock songwriter/guitarist, JJ McGuigan were named winners in the 2018 La Music Video Awards. Ms. Singleton won Best Performance Video, “Jesus Is My Pusher” and Mr. McGuigan won Best Lyric Video for “In All Honesty”. Former MTS artist, Cherish Lee was also a winner, for Best Country Video, “Tequila Cowgirl”. The winners were announced this past weekend at a ceremony held in Los Angeles. A complete list of winners is available here.
Another current MTS artist, Nashville singer-songwriter, Jeremy Parsons has been nominated in the IMDB-sanctioned Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards, based in the UK. Jeremy’s video for “Burn This House Down” has been nominated in the Music Video categories. The winners will be announced later this month.
“This is so exciting!” said Michael Stover, MTS President. “We thank the LA Music Video Awards and the fans that voted for our artists. It’s really a surprise. There were alot of terrific videos up for the awards, and to walk away with three of them is really incredible. So happy for our clients, past and current. Congrats to all of the winners, and congrats Jeremy on the prestigious nomination!”
ABOUT LA MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS
In an age where looks and presentation are everything, the music video is almost as important as the song itself. The LA Music Video Awards recognizes the best music videos from this past year. To learn more visit, www.LAMusicAwards.net.
ABOUT THE MONKEY BREAD TREE FILM AWARDS
The term ‘by filmmakers for filmmakers’ is perhaps overused these days, but it is where our film awards began. After producing several short and feature films, entering various festivals/awards bodies, and serving as a judge for TMFF, our festival director (Ben Rider) wanted to get involved in encouraging new filmmakers, engaging with independent film production and the promotion of it in more detail. To learn more visit, www.TheMonkeyBreadTree.com.