Northern Irish Country singer-songwriter, Gary Quinn was awarded the ‘UK Male Vocalist’ honour at last weekend’s (13th November) British Country Music Awards that were held in London, UK.
Gary said after receiving the award: “I’m incredibly humbled to be taking this award home when I consider the amount of extremely talented male artists releasing country music in the UK right now. Winning Male Vocalist for a third time means so much and I’m so thankful to the BCMA, all those that voted and especially to everyone who continues to support my music.’
Quinn was presented with the award in front of a full house at Under The Bridge that saw performances from Jade Helliwell, Tim Prottey-Jones and Essex County.
The win comes on the back of a busy year of releases with ‘Nobody Somebody’ and ‘Catch Me’ placing at #1 and #2 on the UK Country Chart respectively as well as being championed by Ty Bentli (Ty Bentli Show, Apple Music) and being selected as Chris Country Radio’s ‘Single of the Week’ in the months of January and June. ‘Nobody Somebody’ also placed on Spotify’s ‘Wild Country’ and Apple Music’s ‘Today’s Country’ curated playlists.