REMINDER: Native American Music Awards 2013 – 2014 Nominations Due Feb. 1

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NAMANEW YORK — The Native American Music Awards & Association (NAMA) released a reminder 2013 – 2014 NAMA nomination submission forms are due on February 1, 2014.

Full length recordings may be entered into as many categories as deemed qualified.  If an artist has only released a single song track during the eligibility period, then they may enter it into the Song/Single of the Year Category. Additional full length CDs may be entered as additional entries.

The Native American Music Awards & Association (N.A.M.A.) presents awards in over 30 music categories. A global audience now participates in the Awards voting with thousands of voters originating not only from the U.S. and Canada, but also from Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Russia, Sweden, Austria, United Kingdom, Norway, France, The Netherlands, Ireland, Mexico, Denmark, China, Switzerland, Wales, South Africa, and Belgium.

The professional contributions from the organization’s  advisory members and industry music makers has established the Native American Music Awards as the international premiere Awards program. The New York Times glowingly writes about the Native American Music Awards: “Devoted to bringing indigenous music to the world’s consciousness.”

Nomination Submissions can only be made by active and registered Advisory members. Membership privileges also include: Nomination Voting, Winner Elections, & Special Discounts to the Annual Awards Show.

The Native American Music Awards & Association would like to thank its entire membership for their contributions and look forward to their continuing commitment to excellence and honoring new musical initiatives throughout the coming year.

Download the NAMA 2013 – 2014 Nomination Submission form To Submit a Recording for Nomination Consideration
For the 15th Annual Native American Music Awards

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Submission Entry Deadline February 1, 2014Native American Music Awards 2013 – 2014 Nomination Submission Forms Now Available

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