Cleveland Music Awards Everything You Need to Know About in 2023

CLEVELAND MUSIC AWARDS is a music awards show that recognizes bands, musicians, promoters, managers, and live music owners in the Cleveland area. During the Cleveland Music Awards, artists are recognized for their dedication, work and dedication by the community. The Cleveland Music Awards (CLEMA’s) will be held on Sunday, September 25th, 2022 at FWD Day + Nightclub, located at 1176 Front Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113 on the Flats East bank. The nights at FWD are open-air parties set against the backdrop of open-airline, barges on the adjacent Cuyahoga River, and trains rattling nearby.

CLEVELAND MUSIC AWARDS are produced by an award-winning event producer born and raised in the Cleveland area and produces the Ventura County Music Awards (VCMA’s) and many other events in California. The goal is to bring the Cleveland music community together.

Cleveland Music Awards Country Nominees

Cleveland Music Awards are celebrating local and regional music from Northeast Ohio and the surrounding area by not only presenting trophies, but by promoting the musical acts and venues that provide the soundtrack to the area’s live music scene. Award categories include bands, musicians, singers, promoters, managers, and live music venues that comprise the backbone of Cleveland’s music community. In addition to rock and punk music, folk music and country music are also included in the awards.

The Cleveland Music Awards (CLEMAs) will be held at Welcome to the Farm in Cleveland (1054 Old River Road, Cleveland, OH 44113) on the Flats East bank on Sunday, September 25th. Weather conditions forced the event to be relocated from FWD Day + Nightclub.  Cleveland Rocks – Past, Present, and Future will receive a portion of the proceeds from the awards show and merchandise sales.



Elmer “Tiny” Harden of Bronx Country expressed his excitement, honor, and gratitude for being nominated for the Cleveland Music Awards “Best Country Band” category. As a result, we have realized that everyone loves country music as much as we do, and that means the world to us.”

The hard rocking country band uses the slogan, “Kickin the Pop outta Country.” They have performed at many bike nights, including Sandusky’s Ohio Bike Week, where they opened for Phil Vassar, The Kentucky Headhunters, and John Michael Montgomery. Additionally, they perform at various events throughout Northeast Ohio, including Quaker Steak and Lube Bike Nites and the WGAR’s “Afternoon Saloon.”

Cleveland Metro Parks has invited the band to perform at Edgewater Live and Twilight at the Zoo. As well as appearing on FOX8’s Morning Show, the group has also performed at the Painesville Party in the Park.

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