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Congratulations to the 2010 Blues Music Awards Winners

  • B.B. King Entertainer of the Year: Tommy Castro
  • Album of the Year: Between a Rock and the Blues, Joe Louis Walker
  • Acoustic Album of the Year: You Got to Move, David Maxwell & Louisiana Red
  • Acoustic Artist of the Year: Louisiana Red
  • Band of the Year: Tommy Castro Band
  • Best New Artist Debut: Tiger in your Tank, Monkey Junk
  • Contemporary Blues Album of the Year: Hard Believer, Tommy Castro
  • Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the Year: Ruthie Foster
  • Contemporary Blues Male Artist of the Year: Tommy Castro
  • DVD of the Year: “It Ain’t Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues,
    Live at Buddy Guy’s Legends,” Delmark Records
  • Historical Album of the Year: Muddy Waters, Authorized Bootleg, Chess
    Records
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Bass: Bob Stroger
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Drums: Cedric Burnside
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Guitar: Derek Trucks
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Harmonica: Jason Ricci
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Horn: Deanna Bogart
  • Instrumentalist of the Year-Other: Buckwheat Zydeco (accordion)
  • Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of the Year: Eden Brent
  • Rock Blues Album of the Year: Already Free, Derek Trucks Band
  • Song of the Year: “Pearls River,” Cyril Neville and Mike Zito
  • Soul Blues Album of the Year: Ace Of Spades, Johnny Rawls
  • Soul Blues Female Artist of the Year: Irma Thomas
  • Soul Blues Male Artist of the Year: Curtis Salgado
  • Traditional Blues Album of the Year: Chikadelic, Super Chikan
  • Traditional Blues Female Artist of the Year: Debbie Davies
  • Traditional Blues Male Artist of the Year: Duke Robillard

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