Local news: 25th Annual Wammies celebrate familiar names
The 25th Annual Wammies took place at the State Theatre on Sunday night and the local music awards show, hosted by the Washington Area Music Association, doled out prizes to familiar names. Big awards went to Thievery Corporation (electronica recording and electronica recording artist), Rare Essence (go-go duo/group), and the Capitol Steps (musical theater artist). In the general categories, album of the year went to Janine Wilson's "Wakin' Up," Margot MacDonald took home artist of the year, and song of the year honors went to "It Should Be Me" by Janine Wilson and Max Evans. For a full list of nominees and winners, click here.
| February 22, 2011; 9:45 AM ET
Categories: Local news | Tags: Wammies
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