Those OutMusic Awards people are something. They are something else. After coming off a Twitter onslaught from the Billboard Music Awards the day before, I expected to at least find out who the winners were from the ceremony as it happened. This wasn’t the case and as I scoured the social networks and interwebs, not a word of who won was available. Even this note from their site didn’t help my hopes for quick information: Stay tuned as OUTMUSIC revamps its look with a new website in the midst of the 7th Annual OUTMUSIC AWARDS. Sure it looked better, but with old press releases and 18-hour-old tweets, the realization came late that I was going to have to wait to find out who the winners were. And the wait is over — at 3 p.m. Central time the following day.
Of course, we had some personal interest vested in this year’s crop of nominees. We’ve mentioned repeatedly that local musician Gary Floyd was up for three nods and our homegrown appreciation kicked in. But this turned out to be his “glad to be nominated” year. Floyd was nominated with some primo artists like Ray Boltz and Rachael Sage, so at least we know he can hang with the some of the top names in the LGBT music scene.
The night also honored some big names in LGBT music as well. Chely Wright appeared last night to accept her Vanguard Award. Other honorees included Melissa Etheridge for Lifeteime Achievement and Sylvester for the Icon Award.
The winners list is after the jump.
2011 7th Annual OUTMUSIC Awards Winners
● ”People Who Died” by Ariel Aparicio
● ”Masquerade” by Matthew David
OUTstanding Hip-Hop Song:
OUTstanding R&B Song:
OUTstanding Dance Song:
OUTstanding Jazz Song:
OUTstanding Song on a Soundtrack:
OUTstanding Male Chorus:
OUTstanding International Song:
OUTstanding Songwriter of the Year:
OUTstanding Single of the Year:
The Biello-Martin Love Song of the Year:
OUTstanding Video of the Year:
OUTstanding Album of the Year:
● ”True True” by Ray Boltz
Sonicbids OUTMusic Awards Humanitarian Songwriter of the Year:
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