Rabo Nominated for Independent Music Awards
Local calypsonian Kenneth ‘Rabo’ Silcott has been nominated for a Just Plain Folks award.
Just Plain Folks is a community of over 51,500 Songwriters, Recording Artists and Music Industry Professionals — and host to the world’s largest independent music awards. The awards, which started in 1999 recognises the best music submitted by members. JPF Founder Brian Austin Whitney felt the music made by the “other 98%” of the music world often ignored by the mainstream televised music awards shows deserved its own recognition.
Rabo is nominated in the album category for Gimme More. He also received nominations for More Loving and Son of Man in the island/reggae category.
The calypsonian was the first runner-up in the 2016 Montserrat Festival Calypso competition.
Just Plain Folks is a community of over 51,500 Songwriters, Recording Artists, Music Publishers, Record Labels, Performing Arts Societies, Educational Institutions, Recording Studios and Engineers, Producers, Legal Professionals, Publicists and Journalists, Publications, Music Manufacturers and Retailers and about every other type of member of the Music Industry. — and host to the world’s largest independent music awards.