Local artist Afton Prater nominated for Indie Music Awards

Afton will be at the awards ceremony April 27 in Hollywood. She will perform at the event

Seabeck area teen musician Afton Prater has been nominated in seven categories in the 2014 Indie Music Channel Awards.

The singer-songwriter-guitarist was nominated for: Best Female Teen Artist with two nominations for her songs “Flawless,” and “Forever with You,”; Best Album for “Stay with Me,”; Best Teen Demo for “Compared to Her,”; Best Teen Album for “Stay with Me,”; and Best Teen Artist: two nominations for “Flawless,” and “Forever with You.”

In addition, her producer Sean Giovanni of The Record Shop in Nashville, was nominated for Best Country Producer for “Forever with You,” and Best Producer for “Flawless,” and “Forever with You.”

Afton will be at the awards ceremony April 27 in Hollywood. She will perform at the event. She is a student at Klahowya Secondary School.

 

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