Tosha Owens, Eminem, Stevie Surprise acquire large at Detroit Tunes Awards

Tosha Owens, Eminem, Stevie Surprise acquire large at Detroit Tunes Awards
Tosha Owens, Eminem, Stevie Surprise acquire large at Detroit Tunes Awards

Jazz-soul singer Tosha Owens led the slate of winners Sunday night time at the 31st Detroit Music Awards, getting a few honors throughout several genres.

Owens took superb blues artist, rock-pop recording (“Love Much more, Loathe Less” with Bob Mervak) and vocalist in the streaming ceremony, the show’s 3rd year as an on-line-only party.

In the nationwide subject, Alice Cooper took exceptional big label recording for “Detroit Tales,” the Motor City native’s previous-university blast of difficult rock. Stevie Wonder’s pandemic-lockdown collaboration with Elton John (“Finish Line”) was awarded remarkable national single, when Eminem’s “Tone-Deaf” took the win for key-spending budget video clip.

Along with Owens, multiple winners bundled two-trophy recipients Laith Al-Saadi, the Detroit Children’s Choir, Jill Jack, Liz Larin and Gayelynn McKinney & McKinnfolk and Sponge.