Magic, music memories 

It was a slam, jam, alakazam, magic Music Awards program at the State Theatre on Friday night. From the first gospel groove to the final ragged riff, folks came out primped, pumped and ready to have a good time. Here are just a few of those moments.

The Motor City Music Awards Foundation would like to thank the following:
Comcast, Mr. B’s, Harmony House, Memphis Smoke, The Blowout Volunteers!, The Blowout Bands & Performers, The MCMF Advisory and Executive Board (Jim McCarter, Walt Barnowski, Chris Handyside, Al Wilson, Gary Graff, Martin Davidson, Doug Banker, Amy Bergin, Jim Cohen), Sue Barnowski, Brian Boyle, Karen Koski, Teri Koggenhop, Mark Pasman, Charles Mercado, Randy Addam, Joe Nieporte and the State Theatre Staff, Gary Meyer, Primeau Prodctions, Thunder Audio, Fantasee Lighting, Detroit Music Alliance, Pete Schorn, Tim James, Sue Summers, WRIF, WCSX, Heidi Kramer, CIDR, Curtis Paul, CIMX, Craig Posegay, WDTJ, Vanessa Wilde, WDET, Jim Adams, Karen Dobrzynski, Mary Kay Wyzlic, Cornelius Harris, Madhouse Management, all of the presenters, hosts and performers ... Thanks again!

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