Todd Richard has been nominated for several BCCMA awards this year.

Todd Richard up for a bunch of BCCMAs

The local country dynamo was nominated for BCCMA Entertainer of the Year, and single of year for Life's About People, and more.

Singer/songwriter Todd Richard of Harrison Hot Springs is up for several awards at the 2012 B.C. Country Music Association Awards on Dec.2.

The energetic country dynamo was nominated for BCCMA Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year (Life’s About People), Fans Choice, Male Vocalist, Gaylord Wood Traditional Country Award, SOCAN Songwriter of the Year for Todd Richard and Rick Tippe (Life’s About People/Todd Richard).

It’s been a big year, since starring in the show, Big in a Small Town. Richard also just played a local gig at the new Chances Chilliwack community gaming centre on Nov. 10.

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