Native American Music Awards Voting Open
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GENERAL PUBLIC VOTING FOR THE WINNERS HAS BEGUN!
The 2010 N.A.M.A. Nominees have been announced and tracks from their nominated recordings are now featured on our website, nativeamericanmusicawards.com for the general public to listen and cast their votes.
The general public and N.A.M.A. Advisory Board Members are invited to log into our website, visit the VOTE NOW page, register as an online member (registration is free) and cast their votes. All voters are requested to select one finalist as a winner in each Awards category. It is highly recommended that everyone listen to the music before casting their votes.
The Voting Deadline is November 11th. The Twelfth Annual Native American Music Awards Show is scheduled for Friday, November 12th at the Seneca Niagara Hotel & Casino in Niagara Falls, NY (NAMA 12 NOV 12). The show is being held this year in November to commemorate National Native American Heritage Month.as proclaimed by the President of the United States. Tickets are on-sale now through www.Ticketmaster.com, all ticketmaster outlets, and at the Seneca box office (716) 501 2444. Tickets are $25.00, $35.00 and $50.00. Special discounted hotel rates are available for NAMA attendees at $159.00 plus tax and fees per night on a first come first serve basis and by calling 716-299-1100 or 1-877-8SENECA (73-6322). All nominees and Advisory Board members who are planning on attending the Awards ceremony should first contact the NAMA office in order to ensure they receive their special membership discounts and complimentary VIP post-show party passes. They can call 212.228.8300 or email [email protected]
The Native American Music Awards & Association congratulates each and every nominee and wishes them much success and worldwide exposure throughout the year and beyond.
To date, top countries that are visiting the Awards website include; U.S., Canada, Ireland, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, United Kingdom, and Senegal. The most visited public categories include; Artist of the Year, Debut Artist of the Year, Best Male Artist, Flutist of the Year, Best Blues Recording and Best Pow Wow Recording.
Thank you for supporting the World’s Leading Resource for Contemporary and Traditional Native American Music Initiatives! Good luck to all our artists!