Bruce Cockburn up for 4 Canadian Folk Music Awards

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17 October 2007 -Veteran singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn has a leading four nominations, including best songwriter and best album for Life Short Call Now, heading into the Canadian Folk Music Awards. Cockburn, who made his first solo appearance at the Mariposa Folk Festival in 1967, is still a favourite at Canada's summer folk music festivals.

He has also been nominated for best contemporary singer and best solo artist in the annual awards, which celebrate the best in Canadian folk music.

The awards ceremony, hosted by CBC's Shelagh Rogers and Quebec artist Benoit Bourque, will be held Dec. 1 at the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Que.

~from CBC News

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