MTS Management Group is proud to announce their artists, Amy Rose, Doug Briney and Josey Milner, have been nominated for the 2013 Independent Country Music Association (ICoMA) Awards. These nominations were determined by ICoMA member votes, with four final ballot nominees selected for each category. The winners will be determined by another ICoMA member vote in June. A “Fan Choice” Award, determined by fan votes, is also among the categories.
Amy Rose received multiple nominations in this year’s ICoMA awards. She has been nominated for Best Female Artist, Emerging Artist and Song of the Year for “I Just Want You To Know.” These are her first ICoMA nominations. Doug Briney was nominated in the 2012 ICoMA awards, for Most Promising New Artist. This year, Doug is nominated for Best Live Performance (“National Anthem”) and Song of the Year (“It’s All Country.”) Josey Milner also received her first ICoMA nomination, being nominated for Promising Young Artist.
“I can’t tell you how proud I am of all my artists,” said Michael Stover of MTS Management Group. “They are all extremely hard-working, talented people, and it’s great to see them get the recognition of their peers. It’s really an honor to have them nominated.”
Amy Rose is a Canadian country artist. Her US debut single, “I Just Want You to Know” has charted on several US country singles charts. Her follow up single is due out in May. She will be performing at CMA Fest in June. For more information, visit http://www.amyrosemusic.com.
Doug Briney is based in Anchorage, Alaska. His debut album, “It’s All Country” has been on the Roots Music Report charts for 7 consecutive months. His follow up album is due this summer. For more information, visit http://www.dougbriney.com.
Josey Milner is a teen country music artist from Kansas City, MO. Her debut single, “Not Pretty Enough” is charting in the US. She is a spokesperson for Angels and Doves, a national anti-bullying non-profit. She will also perform at CMA Fest in June. For more information, visit http://www.joseymilner.com.
The Independent Country Music Association (ICoMA) exists to educate, evaluate, and promote indie country music. Their local chapters create fellowship and camaraderie, as well as provide an educational avenue for those wishing to take their career to the next level. For more information, visit http://www.icmanet.com.