Congratulations to the WINNERS of the 2013 RightOutTV Music & Video Awards!

The Third Annual RightOutTV Music & Videos Awards proudly announces this year’s winners in 18 categories that are brimming with talent from the LGBTI global music community


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A panel of 38 celebrity and entertainment industry judges made the hard choices and their top picks hail from Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.

 

“If you watch the awards show you’ll see that we don’t just promote and award these artists because they’re gay. These are high-level, multi-talented, professionals with star quality,” says Marlee Walchuk, co-producer of the awards. “Even though most of these artists are not being heard on mainstream radio yet, they deserve every success enjoyed by their straight counterparts."

NASTAIJ , an Australian artist, who  won the award for BEST HIP HOP or R&B SONG

“The winners will receive a good deal of press, a beautiful engraved glass art statue and bragging rights for life!” quips Tully Callender, the other half of the production team. “We are also excited to start featuring all of the artists on our LGBTI promotional site, RightOutTV.com

 

The entertaining RightOutTV Awards presentation featuring many of the highly creative nominees announcing their peers, and can be seen online at: http://www.rightouttvawards.com/

 

 

 

And the WINNERS are:

 

FAN FAVE

Troy Jackson

 

BEST SONG SO FAR

AviWisnia - Something New

  

BEST VIDEO SO FAR

Kevin Wood – Make it in LA

 

BEST FOLK SONG

Kat Devlin – Unstoppable Force

 

BEST FOLK / COUNTRY / JAZZ or ADULT CONTEMPORARY VIDEO 

Melissa Ferrick – Home

 

BEST ELECTRONIC / DANCE SONG

MAOR - Exit

 

BEST PERFORMANCE IN A LIVE VIDEO

Summer Osborne - Grace

 

BEST ROCK SONG

Michael V. Doane – Keep Running

 

BEST ELECTRONIC / DANCE / HIP HOP or R&B VIDEO 

Saturn – Top of the World

 

BEST POP SONG

Kari K. and The Stonewall Riot – I’m Not the One

 

BEST COMEDY VIDEO

I'Wante – Tiffany’s

 

BEST HIP HOP / R&B SONG

Nastaij - Where I Want to Be featuring AlishaTodd

 

BEST COUNTRY / JAZZ / BLUES or ADULT CONTEMPORARY SONG

Sarah Golden - Who Gives a Damn

 

MOST MOVING VIDEO

Doug Strahm - Leaving It Behind

 

BEST POP / ROCK VIDEO 

Matt Fishel - When Boy Meets Boy

 

BEST VIDEO DIY (Do It Yourself) 

Perpetual Detour - What if it Was You?

 

BEST VIDEO (PRO)

The Cliks - Savanna

 

SONG OF THE YEAR

Matt Fishel - Radio-Friendly Pop Song  


 

The RightOutTV Music and Video Awards is an offshoot of the free LGBTI artist promotional site at RightOutTV.com. Walchuk and Callender of the music duo Sugarbeach launched RightOutTV in November 2010 after realizing there were few places to release their own queer-messaged music videos. The women – married to each other – also saw a need for more unity in the global LGBTI music community. RightOutTV was created as a vehicle to serve both these purposes and to provide a fully developed promotional website and for artists who deserve more credit for being Out and proud with their music.

The Story Behind RightOutTV and the Awards

 

Contact: Marlee Walchuk

Phone Number: 1-778-279-4554 (Vancouver, Canada)

E-mail: marlee@rightouttvawards.com

Website: RightOutTVawards.com

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