Americana Singer Coco O’Connor Wins Big at 15th Annual International Acoustic Music Awards
Nashville, Tenn. – Americana songstress Coco O’Connor has reason to celebrate, after taking home the International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA) trophy for her song, “The Devil, a Wounded Man, and Me,” which was featured on the singer’s latest project, This Ol’ War. The track was awarded First Prize in the Country/Bluegrass category at the 15th Annual awards ceremony. The objective of the IAMA is to promote “excellence in Acoustic Music Performance and Artistry.” Find full list of winners here.
O’Connor is pleased to announce that she has recently signed with Bonfire Recording Co. Launched in 2018, the label also includes other critically-acclaimed artists like Danny Burns and The Jake Bartley Band. The award-winning O’Connor has new music slated for release later this year. The upcoming project will serve as the follow-up to the previous EP, This Ol’ War. Bonfire Recording Co. will handle marketing and distribution of the material, which will see Coco taking her songwriting to new levels.
“I am honored to be a part of the Bonfire family and their amazing roster of artists,” says Coco O’Connor. “I have always desired to partner with a community of creatives who are more about supporting and protecting the artist’s vision rather than changing that vision. They (Bonfire) trust their artists and that is worth its weight in gold.”
Fans can learn more about Coco O’Connor by visiting her website, which includes upcoming shows, latest news stories, music and more. Stay tuned for more exciting news to come!