Patrice Jégou wins Independent Music Award for Best A Cappella Song “Lover Come Back To Me” featuring Take 6’s Mark Kibble & Alvin Chea from her new album, If It Ain’t Love.
Patrice Jégou, who released her critically acclaimed second album earlier this year, If It Ain’t Love, won in the Independent Music Award’s (IMA) Best A Cappella song category with her rendition of “Lover Come Back To Me,” arranged by Take 6’s Mark Kibble, and featuring Kibble and Alvin Chea. The awards ceremony took place on Saturday, June 22nd at Symphony Space in New York City, and judges included Todd Rundgren, Tom Waits, Paquito D’Rivera, and a host of music industry luminaries. Jim Brickman presented the award to Jégou.
“This is such a thrill for me, and I’m so grateful to have worked with Mark Kibble and Alvin Chea from Take 6. As an independent artist, it means a lot to me to win this award! I’m very grateful.” —Patrice Jégou