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Recognising Achievement in 2017

Fatea is proud to announce the shortlists for the Fatea Awards. The awards are nominated by the Fatea team and recognise excellence over 2017.

Each award has a shortlist of three and we congratulate all artists on our shortlist as well as the many others that were nominated and every artist and band that released music or performed live during 2017.

No artist is allowed to win more than one award and all have featured in the magazine during the last year. The nominations are listed in alphabetical order

We also have three special awards. The Tradition Award is presented to the act or organisation that have traditional folk at their root and use it to inspire new songs, tunes and arrangements in the traditional spirit. The Innovation Award is presented for a context or concept that widens the appeal of roots based music or brings a different thought process to it. The Lifetime Achievement Award speaks for its self and is announced on the night

The winners of the Fatea Awards will be announced during a two hour radio special, this year hosted by Blues & Roots Radio on January 12th at 8PM(GMT).

Album Of The Year 2017
A Pocket Of Wind Resistance - Karine Polwart & Pippa Murphy
Blossom & Fruit - Tim Jones & The Dark Lanterns
Strangers - The Young 'Uns

Single/EP/Mini Album Of The Year 2017
Come On England - Merry Hell
The Outlandish Collection - Kadia
Pockets - Iona Lane

Track/Song Of The Year 2017
At The Purchaser's Option - Rhiannon Giddens
Faraway People - Reg Meuross
Sangatte - Minnie Birch

Debut Album Of The Year 2017
Inclined To Be Red - Greg Russell
Siren Serenade - Emily Mae Winters
Wildfire - Elles Bailey

Instrumental Album Of The Year 2017
Laguna - Tom Moore & Archie Churchill-Moss
Matt Tighe - Matt Tighe
The Seer - Lauren MacColl

Female Artist Of The Year 2017
Cara Dillon
Emily Barker
Kim Lowings

Male Artist Of The Year 2017
Findlay Napier
John Smith
Ross Wilson(Blue Rose Code)

Band/Duo Of The Year 2017
Heg & The Wolf Chorus
Keston Cobblers' Club
Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys

Instrumentalist Of The Year 2017
Lukas Drinkwater
Mohsen Amini
Peter Knight

Innovation 2017
Laurel Canyon
Shake The Chains
The Sound Lounge

Tradition 2017
English Folk Dance & Song Society(EFDSS)
Steve Roud - Folk Song In England
Stick In The Wheel - From Here:English Folk Field Recordings

Lifetime Achievement Award
Announced on the night

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