Here are your 2022 East Coast Music Award winners

The final round of East Coast Music Awards were handed out Sunday night in Fredericton, and the great thing about the ECMAs is that folk/roots artists often crossover into the the major categories.

Just look at Rube and Rake in the songwriting category!

Here’s a quick summary of who won the categories we folk, roots and world fans keep our eyes on.

If you want to hear their music, click HERE for our preview of the weekend, which contains videos of all the nominees.

African Canadian Artist of the Year

Blues Recording of the Year
Campbell & Johnston’s Black Market Band – Self-titled Album

Contemporary Roots Recording of the Year 
Quote the Raven – Can’t Hold the Light

Country Recording of the Year
Scott MacKay – Stupid Cupid

Folk Recording of the Year 
The Gilberts – Tell Me

Global Recording of the Year
Weak Size Fish – The Drift

Indigenous Artist of the Year
Morgan Toney

Inspirational Recording of the Year 
Morgan Toney – First Flight

Roots/Traditional Recording of the Year 
Adam Young – Yearbook

Songwriter of the Year
Rube & Rake

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