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RAMI Winners by Year

27th Annual RAMI Awards Winners

Acoustic Rock/Folk Cover - Jerry Dale Harris
Acoustic Rock/Folk Cover - Three Good Men
Acoustic Rock/Folk Original - Paul Bronson
Album of the Year - The Jim Carratt Project Volume One
Blues - Harpo's Revue
Christian/Gospel - Carl Hanserd & Friends
Classic Rock/Retro - Shifty Shafer
Composer of the Year - James A. Carratt, Jr.
Country/Bluegrass - Dirt Road Rebelz
Female Vocalist: Jazz, Funk/R&B - Jessica Bruneni - Can't Touch This
Female Vocalist: Rock, Pop, Country - Leanne Leonard - Minimal
Funk/R&B - Cookie and The Real Deal
Hard Rock/Metal Cover - Amperage
Hard Rock/Metal Original - On My Six
Indie/Alternative - Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts
Lighting Technician - Laura Walton
Live Sound Engineer - Troy Oakley
Male Vocalist: Jazz, Funk/R&B - Arik Jenkins - Can't Touch This
Male Vocalist: Rock, Pop, Country - Zach DeCarlo - Minimal
Music Teacher: Guitar, Percussion, Vocals (Pop/Rock) - Greg Whitson
Music Teacher: Strings, Horns, Vocals (Jazz/Classical) - Joel Ross
Music Teacher: Strings, Horns, Vocals (Jazz/Classical) - Rick Durango
People's Choice - Artist of the Year - On My Six
People's Choice - Radio Station - 96.7 The Eagle
People's Choice - Special Event - Rockton Old Settler's Days
People's Choice - Venue - Whiskey's Roadhouse
Pop Cover - Minimal
Recording Studio - The Midwest Sound
Song of the Year - Name the Moon - Car Phun
Song of the Year - The Jim Carratt Project - Stay Cinderella
Stage Hand/Rigger - Jamie Veldman
Stage Manager - Mark Ingraham - Shifty Shafer
Studio Sound Engineer - Daniel J. McMahan - Midwest Sound
Swing/Rockabilly - Dirty Fishnet Stockings
Traditional Jazz - Frank Calvagna
Tribute Band - Sunset Strip


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