Dropkick Murphys clean up at Boston Music Awards

Dropkick Murphys will be shipping up to McGreevy's Pub.

Boston’s best rockers, rappers, indie groups and DJs rocked out at the Liberty Hotel on Sunday night. The elegant hotel turned six spaces into six different venues for the Boston Music Awards, featuring a festival-style lineup with more than 15 artists, each of whom played 15 to 30-minute sets in one of the venues. Here is the big list of winners, with Dropkick Murphys taking home the big awards; artist of the year and live artist of the year. And you may even recognize the woman who beat Justin Bieber as the best local jazz act.

Gospel/Inspirational Artist Of The Year
Renese King

Best Live Ongoing Residency
Session Americana

Best DJ/Dance Night
Fresh Produce at Good Life

Best Live Music Venue

Middle East

Best Music Blog
Allston Pudding

Producer Of The Year, Rock
Ed Valauskas

Producer Of The Year, Hip-Hop

Taj

Singer Songwriter Of The Year

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper

Rock Artist Of The Year
Viva Viva

Punk Artist Of The Year
Dead Cats Dead Rats

Pop Rock Artist Of The Year

Gentleman Hall

Metal/Hardcore Artist Of The Year
Razormaze

Jazz Artist Of The Year
Esperanza Spalding

International Artist Of The Year
Mamadou Diop

R&B/Soul/Urban Contemporary Artist of the Year

Shea Rose

Hip-Hop Artist Of The Year

Slaine

Folk Artist Of The Year
Lori McKenna

Electronic Artist Of The Year
Freezepop

DJ Artist Of The Year
Leah V

Blues Artist Of The Year
Roomful Of Blues

Americana Artist Of The Year
Girls Guns and Glory

Male Vocalist Of The Year
Christian McNeill

Female Vocalist Of The Year
Lisa Bello

Video Of The Year
“Close To Me,” Gentlemen Hall

Live Artist Of The Year
Dropkick Murphys

Song Of The Year
“Born with a Broken Heart,” David Wax Museum

New Artist Of The Year
Moufy

Album/EP of the Year
“Hemophiliac,” Mean Creek

Artist of the Year

Dropkick Murphys


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