Female hard rockers VIXEN have been selected as finalists in two categories at this year's Independent Music Awards. "Best Song: Hard Rock/Metal" for "I Try" and "Best Album: Hard Rock/Metal" for "Live & Learn".

Created by Music Resource Group, publisher of the best-selling Musician's Atlas contact resource, the IMA program coordinates a variety of programs and events to market and promote IMA winners and finalists throughout the year, according to Among the promotional benefits are online jukeboxes dedicated to both IMA Winners and IMA Finalists. MRG directs consumers and industry representatives to these two promotional areas through a series of high-profile marketing campaigns, advertising, trade show activities, promotional materials, etc.

Among the atist judges for the upcoming 2007 awards are Ozzy Osbourne, Wynonna, Suzanne Vega, Cyndi Lauper, Fatboy Slim, McCoy Tyner, Paul Oakenfold, Marc Ribot, Buddy Guy, David Grisman, Beenie Man and Howard Tate.

VIXEN will shortly be returning to Europe to perform a few shows as special guest to YNGWIE MALMSTEEN. The dates are as follows:

Dec. 14 - Helsinki, FIN @ House of Culture
Dec. 15 - Oulu, FIN @ Teatria
Dec. 16 - Tampere, FIN @ Club Pakkahuone

VIXEN's new album, "Live & Learn", has just been released in Europe via Demolition Records.

"Live & Learn" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Anyway
02. Live & Learn
03. I Try
04. Little Voice
05. Pacifist
06. Don't Want It Anymore
07. Love Song
08. Angry
09. I'm Sorry
10. You Wish
11. Suffragette City
12. Give Me Away

VIXEN's current lineup:

Jan Kuehnemund - Guitar
Jenna Sanz-Agero - Vocals
Kat Kraft - Drums
Lynn Louise Lowrey - Bass


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