BOSTON MUSIC AWARDS Nominees Announced

February 5, 2002

AEROSMITH and STAIND each earned seven nominations at the Boston Music Awards, which is scheduled to take place on April 11th at Boston's Orpheum Theatre. GODSMACK were nominated in six categories (Act Of The Year, Rock Band, Single Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Video Of The Year and Male Vocalist),while ROB ZOMBIE and REVEILLE were nominated in the Album Of The Year category, and Sarah Reitkopp from HALFCOCKED got the nod in the Female Vocalist category. STAIND were nominated for Act Of The Year, Rock Band, Song Of The Year, Video Of The Year, Single Of The Year, Album Of The Year, and Male Vocalist.

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