Tuesday, January 03, 2017

 

Scots win in Hotdisc Awards

The first awards show of 2017 is the Hotdisc Awards, which were screened on Keep It Country TV on Monday evening, hosted by David Allan.  The Hotdisc is a monthly CD mailed to radio stations all over Europe, and a weekly chart is compliled from DJ's reactions, and broadcast on Keep It Country TV (Sky 389) each Monday night at 6.30pm.
Glasgow's Raintown were voted Top Video (UK & Ireland) for "Nineteen Again", whilst the sadly missed Jackie Storrar was voted Most Succesful UK act, following 2 No.1's in the Hotdisc Chart throughout 2016. Jackie lost her brave fight with cancer in September, but not before releasing her legacy album, "Behind Her Eyes".
Other winners included Ireland's Kathy Crinion as Top British single for "Rock'n'Roll Banjo", and Kerry Fearon won the Horizon Award. Denny Strickland won the International Video category, David Starr won International act, and the all important biggest Hotdisc hit of the year was "Sparks Will Fly", from Brenda Burch,

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