1990’s

1990

APRA Song of the Year
Kimberley Moon – James Blundell/Doug Trevor (EMI)

Top Selling Record
Warragul – John Williamson (Emusic)

Album of the Year
Warragul – John Williamson (Emusic)

Male Vocalist of the Year
James Blundell – Kimberley Moon (EMI)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Deniese Morrison – You’ve Gotta Learn To Dance (Country City Music)

Instrumental of the Year
Wild River – Lawrie Minson (EMI)

Heritage Award
John Williamson – Drover’s Boy (Emusic)

New Talent of the Year
Happening Thang – I Don’t Wanna Go To Work (WEA)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Bullamakanka – Ride These Roads (True Blue)

Producer of the Year
Rod Coe

Roll of Renown
Stan Coster

Country Music Capital Award
Tex Banes

1991

APRA Song of the Year
Blue Heeler – James Blundell (EMI)

Top Selling
Two Singers, One Song – Slim Dusty & Anne Kirkpatrick (EMI)

Album of the Year
Coming Home – Slim Dusty (EMI)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Age Of Grace – James Blundell (EMI)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Norma Murphy – Sarah’s Memory (Festival)

Instrumental of the Year
Dixie Breakdown – The Flying Emus (Festival)

Heritage Award
Brian Young – Thistles On The Hillside (LBS)

New Talent of the Year
Keith Urban – I Never Work On A Sunday (EMI)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Bullamakanka – Dust (True Blue)

Producer of the Year
Lindsay Butler

Roll of Renown
Barry Thornton

Country Music Capital Award
Ross Murphy

1992

APRA Song of the Year
Things Are Not The Same On The Land – Bill Chambers, recorded by Slim Dusty (EMI)

Top Selling
JW’s Family Album – John Williamson (Gumleaf)

Album of the Year
Out Of The Blue – Anne Kirkpatrick (ABC)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Keith Urban – The River (EMI)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Anne Kirkpatrick – I Guess We’ve Been Together Too Long (ABC)

Instrumental of the Year
Clutterbilly – Keith Urban (EMI)

Heritage Award
Rex Dallas – The Western Main (Enrec)

New Talent of the Year
Colin Buchanan – Galahs In The Gidgee (ABC)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Jan Cooper/Michael Roycroft – As Far As This Feelin’ Will Take Us (RCA)

Producer of the Year
Lindsay Butler

Roll of Renown
Nev Nicholls

Country Music Capital Award
Cel Phillips

1993

APRA Song of the Year
Boys From The Bush – Garth Porter/Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Top Selling
This Road – James Blundell (EMI)

Album of the Year
The Outback Club – Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Lee Kernaghan – Boys From The Bush (ABC)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Norma O’Hara Murphy – Tamworth (Festival)

Instrumental of the Year
Kanga – Paul “Pixie” Jenkins (EMI)

Heritage Award
Colin Buchanan – A Drover’s Wife (ABC)

New Talent of the Year
Brent Parlane – Save A Little Love (ABC)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
James Blundell & James Reyne – Way Out West (EMI)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
Shorty Ranger

1994

APRA Song of the Year
Three Chain Road – Garth Porter/Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Top Selling
Touch Of Water – James Blundell (EMI)

Album of the Year
Three Chain Road – Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Lee Kernaghan – Three Chain Road (ABC)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Gina Jeffreys – Two Stars Fell (ABC)

Instrumental of the Year
Kindee – Paul “Pixie” Jenkins (EMI)

Heritage Award
Paul Kelly/Kev Carmody – From Little Things Big Things Grow (Festival)

New Talent of the Year
Beccy Cole – Foolin’ Around (Outback)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Lee Kernaghan & Slim Dusty – Leave Him In The Longyard (ABC)

Video Track of the Year
May Your Fridge Be Full Of Coldies – Greg Champion (ABC)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
Jimmy Little

1995

APRA Song of the Year
Songs From The Homeland – Graeme Connors (Panama)

Top Selling
Three Chain Road – Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Album of the Year
Songs From The Homeland – Graeme Connors (Panama)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Graeme Connors – Songs From The Homeland (Panama)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Gina Jeffreys – Girls Night Out (ABC)

Instrumental of the Year
Little Rock Gettaway – Rod McCormack & Mick Albeck (ABC)

Bush Ballad Heritage Song of the Year
Lawson’s Loaded Dog – Stan Coster (Gidgee)

New Talent of the Year
Clint Beattie – Learning How To Live (Outback)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Dead Ringer Band – Family Man (Gympie Muster)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Australian Family Of Country Music – Bridge Of Love (Outback/Larrikin)

Video Track Of The Year
Tropical Fever – John Williamson, directed by Mark Jago (EMI)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
Ted Egan

1996

APRA Song of the Year
The Great Australian Dream – Graeme Connors (Panama)

Top Selling
Mulga To Mangoes – John Williamson (EMI)

Album of the Year
1959 – Lee Kernaghan (ABC)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Troy Cassar-Daley – End Of The Road (Sony)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Gina Jeffreys – Didn’t We Shine (ABC)

Instrumental of the Year
Cut To The Chase – Rod McCormack & Mick Albeck (ABC)

Bush Ballad Heritage Song of the Year
The Ringer And The Princess – Graeme Connors (Panama)

New Talent of the Year
Mark O’Shea – The Swimming Song (ABC)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
The Wheel – I Fell In Love (rooArt)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Rosemary Rae & Graeme Connors – Slowly But Surely (Southland)

Video Track Of The Year
The Great Australian Dream – Graeme Connors directed by Lindsay Frazer (Panama)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
Dusty Rankin

1997

APRA Song of the Year
The Road Less Travelled – Graeme Connors (ABC:Panama Music/Rondor)

Top Selling
1959 – Lee Kernaghan (ABC:Warner/Chappell)

Album of the Year
December Moon – Tania Kernaghan (ABC)

Male Vocalist of the Year
Graeme Connors – The Road Less Travelled (ABC:Panama Music/Rondor)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Tania Kernaghan – Where The Murray Meets The Darling (ABC:Warner/Chappell)

Instrumental of the Year
Action Jackson – Lawrie Minson (ABC:Control)

Bush Ballad of the Year
Must’ve Been A Hell Of A Party – Slim Dusty, written by Slim Dusty & Tom Oliver (EMI:Kirkpatrick/Oliver)

Heritage Song of the Year
Old Time Country Halls – Slim Dusty (EMI:Slim Dusty Enterprises)

New Talent of the Year
Tina Martyn – Lying In My Bed (ABC:Warner/Chappell)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
The Wheel – Saw You Runnin’ (rooArt:Colgems/EMI Music Ascap)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Tania Kernaghan & Lee Kernaghan – A Bushman Can’t Survive (ABC:Emusic)

Video Track of the Year
The Dreamer – Mark O’Shea, directed by Ross Wood (ABC:Warner/Chappell)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
John Williamson

1998

APRA Song of the Year
Living In The Circle – Richard Porteous, recorded by the Dead Ringer Band (Massive)

Top Selling
Pipe Dream – John Williamson – EMI

Album of the Year
True Believer – Troy Cassar-Daley – Columbia/Sony

Male Vocalist of the Year
Troy Cassar-Daley – Little Things – Columbia/Sony (Warner/Chappell)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Tania Kernaghan – Dunroamin’ Station – ABC (Warner/Chappell)

Instrumental of the Year
Clutterbilly – Keith Urban – Warner (MCA)

Bush Ballad of the Year
Lady Is A Truckie – written by Joy McKean, recorded by Slim Dusty – EMI (Slim Dusty Enterprises)

Heritage Song of the Year
Edge Of The Kimberley – Colin Buchanan – Warner (Rondor)

New Talent of the Year
Sherrie Austin – One Solitary Tear – Arista/BMG (Peer:Control)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Dead Ringer Band – Living In The Circle – Massive (Massive)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Tanya Self & Adam Harvey – Drive Away – ABC (ASCAP:BMI)

Video Track of the Year
Little Things – Troy Cassar-Daley, director Ross Wood – Columbia/Song (Warner/Chappell)

Producer of the Year
Garth Porter

Roll of Renown
Rocky Page

1999

APRA Song of the Year
Last Man Standing – Adam Brand & Clive Young, recorded by Adam Brand – Festival (Rondor/Peer Music)

Top Selling
Hat Town – Lee Kernaghan – ABC

Album of the Year
Hat Town – Lee Kernaghan – ABC

Male Vocalist of the Year
Lee Kernaghan – Goondiwindi Moon – ABC (Warner/Chappell)

Female Vocalist of the Year
Gina Jeffreys – Dancin’ With Elvis – ABC (Sony/Control)

Instrumental of the Year
Mr Wonglepong – Michael Fix – Stallion (Larrikin)

Bush Ballad of the Year
That Old Caravan – written by Colin Buchanan & Garth Porter, recorded by Colin Buchanan – East West/Warner (Rondor/Warner Chappell)

Heritage Song of the Year
Changi Banjo – Lee Kernaghan – ABC (Warner Chappell/Control)

New Talent of the Year
Adam Brand – Last Man Standing – Festival (Rondor/Peer Music)

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
Dead Ringer Band – Saddle Boy – EMI (EMI Music)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Colin Buchanan & Lee Kernaghan – Tough Job East West/Warner (Rondor/Warner Chappell)

Video Track of the Year
Last Man Standing – Adam Brand, directed by Chris Watson
Festival (Rondor/Peer Music)

Roll of Renown
Brian Young

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