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Irish Mythen, Daniel Ledwell earn Canadian Folk Music Awards

This is the cover art from Irish Mythen’s new album, “Little Bones”, set for release in Canada, the U.K., Europe and Australia on April 12. The CD contains 10 original songs and one traditional tune. Mythen will share some of the songs from her new album tonight during Bruce Guthro's Songwriters’ Circle. Lisa MacIntosh/Special to The Guardian
This is the cover art from Irish Mythen’s new album, “Little Bones”, set for release in Canada, the U.K., Europe and Australia on April 12. The CD contains 10 original songs and one traditional tune. Mythen will share some of the songs from her new album tonight during Bruce Guthro's Songwriters’ Circle. Lisa MacIntosh/Special to The Guardian - Contributed
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

A pair of musicians with Charlottetown connections earned Canadian Folk Music Awards on Saturday.

Irish Mythen, a Charlottetown resident, won solo artist of the year for her Little Bones album while Charlottetown native Daniel Ledwell, who is now based in Lake Echo, N.S., earned producer of the year honours for Lennie Gallant’s Time Travel album.

The awards were supposed to be presented in Charlottetown but the ceremony was cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) and presented online.
Five more Islanders (Gordie MacKeeman and the Rhythm Boys, Richard Wood, Vishtèn, Gallant and Jenn Grant) were also nominated for awards.

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