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Hedley, Finger Eleven nominated for Fans' Choice Award

Edmonton R&B singer Kreesha Turner, B.C. rockers Hedley and Ontario alt rockers Finger Eleven have been nominated for the Fans' Choice Award at the 2009 Canadian Radio Music Awards.

Edmonton R&B singer Kreesha Turner, B.C. rockers Hedley and Ontario alternative rockers Finger Eleven have been nominated for the Fans' Choice Award at the 2009 Canadian Radio Music Awards.

Vancouver bands Theory of a Deadman and State of Shock also will be competing for the Fans' Choice Award, with radio listeners from across the country invited to vote online.

The award will be presented at the Canadian Radio Music Awards on March 13, 2009.

Three of the five nominees also have nods for song of the year from the Songwriters' Association of Canada.

Hedley is nominated for For the Nights I Can't Remember, Finger Eleven for I'll Keep Your Memory Vague and Turner for her hit Don't Call Me Baby.

The other contenders for best song are Avril Lavigne's Hot and Kardinal Offishall's Dangerous.

The nominees for best rock song are:

  • Age of Daze, Afflicted.
  • Art of Dying, Get Through This.
  • Daniel Wesley, Ooo Ohh.
  • Die Mannequin,  Do It or Die.
  • Rides Again, Infected.

The nominees for best country song:

  • Crystal Shawanda, You Can Let Go.
  • Jaydee Bixby, Old Fashioned Girl.
  • Ridley Bent, Heartland Heartbreak.
  • Tara Oram, Fly Girl.
  • The Higgins, Flower Child.