The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards available for replay, announcing winners for the best in rock and metal

The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards event is now available to stream in full on Facebook and YouTube, following its April 3 livestream.

The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards to stream April 3, featuring appearances from Brian “Head” Welch, Seventh Day Slumber, Trevor McNevan, Remedy Drive, and many more

The Grizzly Awards nominations 3rd annual

The 3rd Annual Grizzly Awards are set to stream on Facebook at facebook.com/thegrizzlyawards on April 3 at 7:00 PM Central, featuring performances from Seventh Day Slumber, Remedy Drive and Nate Parrish, alongside presenter appearances from artists including Brian “Head” Welch (Korn, Love & Death), Trevor McNevan (Thousand Foot Krutch), Austin Carlile (Of Mice & Men, Whosoevers), James Mead (Kutless), Andrew Stanton and Josiah Prince (Disciple) and more. The evening will be hosted by lauded speaker, spoken word poet and songwriter Egypt Speaks.

The Grizzly Awards launches voting for 3rd annual awards celebrating rock and metal

The Grizzly Awards nominations 3rd annual

The Grizzly Awards has launched voting for their 3rd annual awards, celebrating faith-based rock and metal that was released in the year 2021. Fans can vote now through February 20 at https://bit.ly/GrizzlyAwardsVote. This year is The Grizzly Awards’ first as a 501(c)3 certified non-profit. They have announced that they are welcoming sponsorships for the event, [...]

The 2nd Annual Grizzly Awards Prepares for an Evening Featuring Disciple, Project 86, and The Protest

The Grizzly Awards 2021 Event Banner

The Grizzly Awards is slated to stream live on Facebook at 7:00 PM Central on February 20, featuring live performances from The Protest, Theody, and The Midnight Wedding, with additional performances by Disciple, Project 86, and Spoken. Presenters for the evening include Josiah Prince of Disciple, Nate Parrish, Jake Jones of As We Ascend, and Caitlin Trlak of The Midnight Wedding.

The Best Of 2020

Best of 2020

2020 was a year for the history books, and not just in terms of global events. For the music industry, it was the year of livestreams and singles, upending the traditional album and touring format. Although there was undeniable loss and hardship for artists, they also embraced the new challenges as a call to impressive creativity.