Performers, emcee announced for 2021 Eddies Music Awards

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The 2021 Capital Region Thomas Edison Music Awards has announced its musical line-up and emcee for the ceremony at Universal Preservation Hall at 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14. 

Schenectady’s DJ Ketchup is serving as emcee for the third iteration of the Eddies Music Awards. Performing are:  

Dark Honey. The band bills itself as “lyrically rich, guitar-driven indie-pop-rock with the heart of a singer-songwriter and the soul of an emo kid.”  

Sawyer Fredericks and band. The band is coming off its fall U.S. tour to perform at the Eddies Music Awards. Americana singer-songwriter Fredericks won season 8 of NBC’s The Voice. 

Boomhauer. Megan Houde, a well-versed singer / guitarist of rock and other genres, brings an all-star team from the Capital Region’s top North Country acts – Erick Hofmanis (The Schmooze), Matt LaFarr (King’s English) and Mateo Vosganian (Wild Adriatic) – to perform. 

Sirsy. The rock duo of Melanie Krahmer and Rich Libutti has achieved considerable success for over two decades performing not only in the Capital Region but throughout the country.  

Nominees were previously announced; the list is available at  

Tickets for the event are available at The Eddies Music Awards and UPH are part of Proctors Collaborative.