2012 Lehigh Valley Music Awards

"The Girls" Sarah Ayers, Lori Donovan Roberts, and Bev Conklin (left to right) finish their tribute to six year old Braden James Sell, who was diagnosed with Lymphoma at three and has been cancer free since January 2012 after two years of treatment, during the Lehigh Valley Music Awards at the Musikfest Cafe at Steelstacks on Sunday afternoon. The Awards in their fourteenth year honored local artists. Tommy "The Piano Man" Zito recieved a Lifetime Achievenemt Award with harmonica player James Supra winning his fourteenth Best Harmonica award along with Best Blues Vocalist, Best Original Band and Best Live Blues Performasnce awards. Dina Hall walked away with a Community Involvement award, Best Singer, Best Original Song and Best Songwriter awards.
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( Douglas Kilpatrick / © 2012 Douglas Kilptrick / December 2, 2012 )

"The Girls" Sarah Ayers, Lori Donovan Roberts, and Bev Conklin (left to right) finish their tribute to six year old Braden James Sell, who was diagnosed with Lymphoma at three and has been cancer free since January 2012 after two years of treatment, during the Lehigh Valley Music Awards at the Musikfest Cafe at Steelstacks on Sunday afternoon. The Awards in their fourteenth year honored local artists. Tommy "The Piano Man" Zito recieved a Lifetime Achievenemt Award with harmonica player James Supra winning his fourteenth Best Harmonica award along with Best Blues Vocalist, Best Original Band and Best Live Blues Performasnce awards. Dina Hall walked away with a Community Involvement award, Best Singer, Best Original Song and Best Songwriter awards.

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