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Exposure Music Awards winners announced

The great and the good were out in Cheltenham to dish out the silverware. Hope everything went OK, it would've been a nightmare if things went wrong.

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The 2nd annual Exposure Music Awards, sponsored by Tourdates.co.uk, were held in Cheltenham at the GlosCat student union on Saturday evening with a packed audience in attendance.

Three of the awards were voted for by the Tourdates community - Best Live Act, Best Out of Area Act and Best International Act. Staff at Tourdates.co.uk also voted for the Best Registrant Video.

The show was hosted by Mr Martin Brown and AJ from Star FM with entertainment provided by a selection of the Nominees including Souljacker, SAL, The Amateurs and Death of an Icon to name a few.

The winners were:

Winner Best Song – Don`t Fool Yourself – The Rebs

Winner Best Alt song - Big Things – Divine Secret

Best Blues/Jazz song - Mif and Jif's Kinky Adventure – Kinky-Wizards

Best Dance track - Here Comes The Storm – Aphelionlive

Best Easy Listening song - Could I Be Your Lover – Seamus McLoughlin

Best Folk song - You May Not Mean To Hurt Me But You Do – Sam-Sallon

Best Indie Song - Nightmare – Black Bikini Alpha

Best Metal song - Beyond Grey Metal – Silent Descent

Best Pop - Don't Fool Yourself – The Rebs

Best Rock Song - Graceland Graves – Stiff Kittens

‘Best Live Act’ - SAL

‘Best out of Area’ - V0iD

‘Best International Artist’ - Firebug

‘Best Tourdates Video’ - Forget You – Slashed Seat Affair

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