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NH Country Music Association reveals the year's winners


EPSON — The New Hampshire Country Music Association announces the winners of the 26th Annual Award Show, which took place last Sunday at the Circle Nine Ranch.

They include: Female Vocalist New, Female Entertainer New, Female Vocalist Traditional and Female Entertainer Traditional, Nicole Murphy; Female Entertainer Bluegrass, Amanda Letendre; Female Vocalist Gospel and Female Entertainer Gospel, Amanda Letendre; Male Vocalist Traditional, Jonathan Scott; Male Entertainer New, Ed Sansoucie; Male Vocalist Gospel, Glenn Couture; Male Entertainer Traditional, Anthony Lamoureux; Duo of the Year Traditional, Anthony Lamoureux and Dave Lamoureux; Duo of the Year New, Charmaine Last and Jennifer Mitchell; 7-12 Male Vocalist Traditional, Joey Grieve; 7-12 Instrumentalist Traditional, Joey Grieve; Mixed Age Duo, The Country JO-JO'S; 13-16 Female Vocalist New, Jordan Nute; 13-16 Female Entertainer New, Caroline Carter; 13-16 Female Vocalist Traditional, Jordan Nute; 13-16 Female Entertainer Traditional, Caroline Carter; 13-16 Female Vocalist Gospel Traditional, Caroline Carter; 17-20 Male Vocalist New, Cody Belanger; 17-20 Male Vocalist Traditional, Eli Autry; 17-20 Male Entertainer Traditional, Eli Autry; 17-20 Female Vocalist Gospel, Amanda Collins; Songwriter of the Year, Nicole Murphy; Youth Songwriter of the Year, Juliett Dane; CD of the Year, Nicole Murphy.

        

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