We’d like to ask you for your help and support to win a prestigious HOMEY AWARD!! If you don’t know what that is, let me enlighten you. WSTW is a great radio station based in Wilmington, Delaware. They feature a show every Sunday night from 8 to 10 called “Hometown Heroes“, hosted by the inimitable Mark Rogers. It is two hours packed full of impressive local music, live interviews with local musicians, and lots of fun. We were featured on the show in October and we had a blast. (Check it out here)
Every year, Hometown Heroes hosts the Homey Awards, in which local artists who have produced quality songs, albums, EPs, shows, etc. in the past year are recognized for the beautiful work they have done. And… we made it to the first round of voting!!!!
So this is how it works – if you enjoy our music and want to support us, send an email to Mark Rogers at email@example.com nominating us in the following categories:
EP of the Year: SOUL, The Honey Badgers
Song of the Year: Learning to Be, The Honey Badgers
Song of the Year: Apathy At Its Best (I Got Soul), The Honey Badgers
Song of the Year: Chaos In Whispers, The Honey Badgers
Band of the Year: The Honey Badgers
Songwriter of the Year: Michael Natrin, Erin Magnin
Live Act of the Year: The Honey Badgers
Folk/Americana Artist of the Year: The Honey Badgers
A ton of our great friends are also eligible to be nominated, and you can vote for up to five acts in each category, so if you’d like to take a peek at the full list of eligible artists to make a more informed vote, you can do so here.
Also, if you haven’t had a chance to listen to our new EP yet, or if you forget what it sounds like, you can listen to it for free here, to find out what you’re actually voting for! 😀
If we get enough votes in the initial round, we’ll be officially nominated for an award, which will then be voted on by past winners and other big shots in the music community. But this is where you can help a bunch, and we would LOVE just to be nominated.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
The Honey Badgers