John was very pleased to receive the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame’s 2014 Rising Star Award in a reception and performance at the OKMHoF in Muskogee on June 27. Former recipients of the award include Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, and the Kings of Leon. Tulsa World: John Fullbright receives Rising Star Award in Oklahoma Music Hall
John will be performing at the Americana Honors & Awards show on Sept. 18; the show will be broadcast live on AXS TV, npr.org, Sirius/XM radio and WSM radio, as well as overseas and other broadcasts to follow. Also, John will be playing at the Cannery Ballroom on Thursday night. Read on for more details!
Pictures and info about John’s Grammy weekend!
All of us at John Fullbright Music would like to congratulate John on receiving an Americana Grammy nomination for “From The Ground Up.” Thanks go out to Wes Sharon and 115 Recording, who co-produced and engineered this little project, and to Terry Ware, Giovanni Carnuccio and all the musicians who played so brilliantly.
We are very pleased and proud to announce that John’s 2012 Album, “From the Ground Up,” has been nominated for a Grammy in the “Best Americana Album” category.
Here’s the announcement of the ASCAP Foundation’s selection of John for the 2012 Harold Adamson Lyric Award. There are three videos at their site, including an interview with John, and John playing the award-winning song, “Moving.” Many thanks to the ASCAP Foundation for their support of singer-songwriters.
This week the ASCAP Foundation has announced that John’s song “Moving” is the recipient of their annual Harold Adamson Lyric Award. John will be formally honored at a gala event in New York on December 12.
John was very pleased and grateful to be voted “Best in Folk” by the readers of the Oklahoma Gazette, in this year’s Woody Awards. Back in January, our editor-in-chief received an email from former Sen. Andrew Rice that, in part, sang the praises of Okemah musician and Blue Door regular John Fullbright, all of 23
Here are some folks who were talking about John this week: SXSW reviews and video, an award from the Oklahoma Gazette, and a great article from our friends in Lubbock.