Pictures from the SoulTracks Awards Weekend!

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    The SoulTracks Readers' Choice Awards weekend was certainly one to remember.  Great performances at Friday's Awards Show along with the announcement of this year's coveted awards (CLICK HERE to see our winners) made it an historical night.  And we followed it on Saturday with a tour of Detroit's famed Motown Museum and an All-Star Jam that had them rocking in the aisles. You can see a review of the evening at 4DaSoul and you can see some more pictures at Fusicology courtesy of Stevie Soul. For those of you who missed it, here are some of the sights from that incredible weekend:

    Students from Cornerstone Schools spent an hour of learning and fun with artists Gordon Chambers and Maya Azucena.
    The killer band that made the Awards weekend rock 

    Our hosts for the Awards show, Jodine Dorce and Mason

    The first two performances at the Awards show were by Best New Artist nominees April Hill (co-winner) and Liv Warfield.

    Heston showed why he was a double nominee with his excellent performance.
    Gordon Chambers and Phil Perry performed a stunning tribute to the Dramatics


    The Dramatics accept their Lifetime Achievement Award

    Conya Doss won Female Artist of the Year and Sy Smith wowed the audience with her performance.

    Best New Artist co-winner Algebra brought her ATL magic, while hometown star Monica Blaire brought the crowd to its feet. 

    Mo from mosaicthump introduces Cornerstone Schools principal Ernestine Sanders, who describes the school's many accomplishments.

    Chris celebrates with George Jackson, while CEL prepares the audience for Saturday night's All-Star Jam.

    The Saturday crowd was warmed up by poet Sparrow and local singer Jiana Hunter
    The ATL's Dain Harris got the party started and Kloud 9 performed a Marvin Gaye tribute.
    Kendra Ross loved the audience in a special way, and Lee and LaShell Griffin spun some Motown magic
    Spyder Turner brought the crowd to its feet with "Stand By Me" and PJ Morton kept the show hopping all night
    Two of the hottest performances were by YahZarah and Maya Azucena
    Ab brought out his Stevie Wonder songbook and Abby Dobson blew us away with "I Believe In You And Me"
    Rhonda Thomas combined soul and some jazz scatting in a marvelous performance