Anna Ludlow’s Nominations and Awards.
-WINNER of Solo/Duo artist of the year for the 2020 Capital Music Awards.
-Nominated-Contemporary/Roots Recording of the year (as part of Ocean Playground), 2022 East Coast Music Awards.
-Nominated-Roots/Traditional Album of the year, 2021 Music Nova Scotia Awards.
-Nominated-Musician of the year, 2021 Music Nova Scotia Awards.
-Nominated-Roots/Traditional of the year, 2021 East Coast Music Awards.
-Nominated- Virtual performance of the year, 2021 Capital Music Awards.
-Nominated- Entertainer of the year, 2020 Capital Music Awards.
-Nominated-Roots/Traditional Album of the year, 2010 East Coast Music Awards
-Nominated-Roots/Traditional Album of the year, 2010 Music Nova Scotia Awards.
Anna is a Nova Scotia-born, Ottawa-based musician. She combines traditional Cape Breton and Scottish style Celtic fiddle music with contemporary sounds, and writes and sings about her life back in Nova Scotia. Her latest record 'Wherever you go' was released in August, 2019 and had multiple nominations She also was nominated for entertainer of the year for the 2020 Capital Music Awards in Ottawa and was nominated and won 2020 Solo/Duo artist of the year for the Capital Music Awards! Anna Is Literally an East Coast Kitchen Party.
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“Wherever You Go” is the life story put to music of Anna Ludlow. Her career has taken her all over the globe and the essence of that journey flows through the tunes and songs of this album. Her playing is amazingly clear and fresh. Her heart and soul comes through in her passionate delivery of every note. This is not your average album, it is well thought out and flawlessly delivered. You can hear the pride of her heritage and skill of her years of touring in top billed productions throughout. Being mixed and mastered by Dave Gunning and the Wee House of Music only adds to the quality of this body of work. It is a "must own" for any serious collector of East Coast Celtic music. (Phill McIntyre, New England Celtic Arts.)