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Thank You! 

The executive board of the Motor City Music Foundation would like to thank:

Our sponsors, patrons and members whose financial support make the Detroit Music Awards possible; the 2001 presenters; D12, Barrett Strong, Mahindi Masai and Detroit Drum Warriors, Johnnie Bassett, the Butler Twins, Thornetta Davis, Valerie Barrymore, Atomic Numbers, the Brothers Groove, Lisa Hunter, Alley Life, Second City Detroit, Sean Deason, DJ Assault, Broadzilla; advisory board members and volunteers who donated countless hours to the production; the management and staff of the State Theatre; Deanna Park, Randy Addam, Derek Jendza; It's A Gas Management; Charles Mercado; Comcast Cablevision; American Speedy Printing of Bloomfield Hills, and The Flower Company.

Much respect to:

Metro Times, Robert Stanzler, Made In Detroit, Earth To Earth, Mr. Bs, Punch Enterprises, Blackbird Productions, Barnowski & Associates P.C., Hertz, Schram & Saretsky P.C., Auburn Engineering, S & S Entertainment, Ticket Savers, WCSX, WRIF, WDET, WGRV, WDVD, CIMX, WJLB, Detroit Music Retailers Coalition, Jacobs Media, Palace Entertainment, Gabriel Records, Kelly Brown, Jennifer Williams, Doug Podell, Steve Kostan, Mark Pasman, Martin Bandyke, Ralph Valdez, Tim James, Mary Kay Wyzlic, Paul Biondi, Lisa Rudy, Cori Lockman, Anthony Morrow, Tim James, Andy Sirvio, Dennis Shea, Vic Doucette, Silver Spoon Catering, Eric Ersher and Zoup!, WDRQ, Steve Julin and Grace & Wild Digital Studios, Aristocrat Limousine Service, WFUM-TV, Thunder Audio, Joel Martin, Mail2Media.

Media Outreach

Matt Lee for Drumbeaters.

MCMF staff:

Nancy Shoenheide

All of the Blowout bands:

Thank you, thank you! Your combined force over the blazing weekend once again showed how much incredible musical talent there is in this town.

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