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Sierra Hull’s IBMA Nomination

Sierra Hull’s IBMA Nomination

Sierra Hull, a Weber artist, has no limitations as a musician. At age 8 she was given her first mandolin. By age 23 she has played the White House, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, traveled the world inspiring others with her music, and has released three albums. Many artists cannot compare to Sierra Hull who has accomplished a successful career in music at the ripe age of 23.

Sierra, the talented and beautiful musician, has been nominated for the IBMA for the eighth year in a row. There is a high chance she will be the first woman ever to win in the mandolin category. Even though she has not yet taken home the Mandolin Player of the Year award, she remains the youngest and only woman to be nominated in the category.

“Weber is honored and proud to have such a wonderful artist in the family. We are always excited to see what Sierra brings to the plate and we are confident that this year the award will be hers,” Bruce Weber of Weber Fine Instruments says.

The IBMA will take place October 1, 2015. To learn more about where the IBMA will be held and where to purchase tickets go here. Be sure to be on the lookout for Sierra’s new album dropping in 2016. Check back in to hear the release date!