Castlegar's Motes and Oats (Melissa McCready and Shannon Moldenhauer) received the Best Country/Folk award at the Kootenay Music Awards on Friday

Motes and Oats takes Best Country/Folk Kootenay Music Award

Castlegar duo excited and honoured to have been voted to the top

Castlegar’s Motes and Oats received the Best Country/Folk award at the Kootenay Music Awards that were presented Friday, May 10 at Spiritbar in Nelson.

A thank you on the band’s webpage reads:

“We couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you for all of your votes and support. It has been a very exciting time and we feel very honoured.”

A full breakdown of the awards and the list of winners is available here: www.bclocalnews.com/SpecialEvents/KootenayMusicAwards/207032761.html

 

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