Bettye has won the Best Soul Blues Female Artist at the 42nd Blues Music Awards. This makes her 4th win in a female artist category. She thanks the Blues Foundation for the submission, and the voters who gave her the honor.
Detroit, sax player David McMurray, asked Bettye to do a guest vocal on his new album, Grateful Deadication. Click below to hear Loser.
Every Friday night at 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 Pacific, Bettye will be joining DJ Gary Bergeson for "Quarantine Time with Bettye LaVette" and would love to have you tune in. They'll be talking about everything: music, politics, old movies and more. They are hoping to have special musical guests join them from time to time. The shows are not archived, so make plans to listen in EVERY Friday on http://www.jazzvariations.com
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Bettye is extremely pleased to have received her 6th Grammy Nomination since 2008.
For Your Consideration
I am extremely pleased to have my album, Blackbirds, and some of it's songs, in consideration during the first round of GRAMMY® voting.
Album Of The Year - Blackbirds
Best Contemporary Blues Album - Blackbirds
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical - Blackbirds
Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical - Blackbirds
Record Of The Year - One More Song
Song Of The Year - One More Song
Best R&B Performance - One More Song
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