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GLIFF Award - Best Music Video

Stoney Lonesome Road Win Best Music Video At 2022 GLIFF Awards

September 1, 2022

Ludlow Creek and director Ray Monell win “Best Music Video” at the Golden Lion International Film Festival with Stoney Lonesome Road. Monell not only produced and directed the video, he was also one of the writers of the song.

Golden Lion International Film Festival honors films from around the world with prestigious Golden Lion awards in various categories and genres. Their mission is to discover diverse new voices & to promote artists’ work through numerous platforms.

Ludlow Creek ISSA Award

Ludlow Creek Wins “Band Album of the Year” at the 2022 ISSA Awards

August 12, 2022

On Saturday, August 6th the 2022 International Singer Songwriter Association (ISSA) Award Winners were announced. Among the winners were MTS Management Group artist Ludlow Creek, with the Silver Band Album of the Year award. The ceremony was held at Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center in Atlanta, GA. The ISSA was founded by industry veteran, Tamanie Dove, daughter of Tree Music Publishing legend, Carole “Mama” Dove.

Gladiator Film Festival Winners Ludlow Creek

Stoney Lonesome Road wins at Gladiator Film Festival

July 30, 2022

Ludlow Creek’s video of “Stoney Lonesome Road” wins “Best Music Video” at the Gladiator Film Festival. The video, produced and directed by Ray Monell of Monell Communications has also been selected by film festivals around the globe, including the London International Monthly Film Festival, Brilliant Indie Film Awards, Tokyo International Monthly Film Festival (Finalist), Shiny Sparkle Film Festival, Munich Music Video Awards (semi-finalist), Rome Music Video Awards (finalist), Sweden Film Awards (semi-finalist), among others.

Ludlow Creek in Cashbox Magazine

June 2, 2022

Micheal Stover writes “…the band describes themselves as socially conscious, but also sensitive enough to not directly touch on topics or use their music to push opinions. Instead, they prefer leaving things to the listener to interpret as they see fit. It’s a rare sight within the music industry, and a refreshing one at that.”

Download the article here, or find it here (page 52).

Honk Magazine Reviews Hands Of Time

May 5, 2022

Michael Stover writes “The debut 8-songs album features a modern sound to classic rock and instantly makes the fans of classic rock feel at home.”

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The Other Side Reviews “What About Love”

April 20, 2022

Claudia writes “While the music is wonderful, it is the vocals that really hold your attention as the heartfelt questions and honest plea to love and understand each other comes through.”

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