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March 11, 2014 at 12:01 AM

Earshot Jazz picks 2013 award winners

Bert Wilson was inducted into the Earshot Jazz Hall of Fame. (Courtesy of Nancy Curtis)

Bert Wilson was inducted into the Earshot Jazz Hall of Fame. (Courtesy of Nancy Curtis)

At its annual awards ceremony Monday, held at the Royal Room, Earshot Jazz announced the winners of the Golden Ear awards, for achievement on the local jazz scene in 2013. The winners were:

Recording of the Year: Eugenie Jones, “Black Lace Blue Tears”

Acoustic Jazz Ensemble: Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble

Alternative Jazz Group: The Westerlies

Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year: D’Vonne Lewis

Emerging Artist or Group: Jacob Zimmerman

Vocalist of the Year: Stephanie Porter

Concert of the Year: “Nonaah,” by Roscoe Mitchell, Nordstrom Recital Hall, June 7, produced by Table & Chairs

Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame: Bert Wilson, Bill Frisell

Special Award: Daniel Sheehan, photographer, for documenting the Seattle jazz scene

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Editor’s note: Due to an error in the original Earshot news release, this post listed the wrong winner for Emerging Artist. Jacob Zimmerman received the award.

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