THE AMERICAN RELICS Single “My Impala” Nominated For “Rock Duo/Group Song of the Year” In The 2024 Josie Music Awards

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Nostalgic rock group THE AMERICAN RELICS have been officially nominated for a 2024 Josie Music Award in the category “Song of the Year: Rock Duo/Group”. The 10th Anniversary celebration of the Josie Music Awards will take place on October 26, 2024 at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum followed by the 10th Annual Award ceremonies on October 27, 2024 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.

This is the second Josie Music Award nomination for THE AMERICAN RELICS as they have also been nominated for “Group of the Year: Rock/Metal”.

The Josie Music Awards is the premier music event within the independent music industry recognizing and celebrating excellence globally. The JMAs honor exceptional talent, hard work, growth, and outstanding bodies of work, and contributions to those who inspire us, encourage us, and shape the culture of the global independent music industry.

THE AMERICAN RELICS are comprised of John Gitano on lead vocals and lead guitar as well as the major song writer for the band. Adrienne Dugger, a former opera star turned rocker leads the band’s vocal harmonies. Neal Lazar is also a guitarist playing rhythm and lead, Josh Salant plays the drums, Nelson Montana is the bassist and is also a multi-instrumentalist and Patty Jarman plays rhythm guitar and sings backing vocals. All are top musicians in their own right who share a common music influence, echoes of memories that you will never catch….

Watch the “My Impala” lyric video by THE AMERICAN RELICS here:

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