2010’s

2016

44th Country Music Awards of Australia – Golden Guitar Winners

Album of the Year:   Freedom Ride (Troy Cassar-Daley) Producer Troy Cassar-Daley

Alternative Country Album of the Year:   Hell Breaks Loose (Shane Nicholson) Producer Matt Fell

Male Artist of the Year:   Troy Cassar-Daley (Freedom Ride)

Female Artist of the Year:   Catherine Britt (Boneshaker)

Country Music Capital News Group or Duo of the Year:   Adam Eckersley Band (The Second Album)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year:   Spirit Of The Anzacs (Lee Kernaghan & Special Guests  – Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Jon Stevens, Amy & George Sheppard, Shannon Noll, Megan Washington)

Bush Ballad of the Year:   One Last Muster (Songwriters:  Allan Caswell & Manfred Vijars)

Toyota Heritage Song of the Year:   Freedom Ride (Songwriters:  Troy Cassar-Daley & Paul Kelly)

Instrumental of the Year:   Cluck Old Hen (Pete Denahy)

BHP Billiton Bluegrass Recording of the Year:   Singin’ Shoes (Pete Denahy)

Qantaslink New Talent of the Year:   Christie Lamb (Broken Record)

APRA AMCOS Song of the Year:   Freedom Ride (Songwriters:  Troy Cassar-Daley & Paul Kelly)

Video Clip of the Year:   Spirit Of The Anzacs (Lee Kernaghan & Special Guests)  Director: Duncan Toombs

Single of the Year:   Take A Walk In My Country (Troy Cassar-Daley)

Sanity Top Selling Australian Album of the Year:   Spirit Of The Anzacs (Lee Kernaghan)

CMAA Musician of the Year 2016:   Doug Gallacher

CMAA Producer of the Year 2016:   Troy Cassar-Daley

 


2015

43rd Country Music Awards of Australia – Golden Guitar Winners

Album of the Year: Bittersweet (Kasey Chambers), Producer Nick Didia

Alternative Country Album of the Year: Heart of Sorrow (Lyn Bowtell), Producer Shane Nicholson

Male Artist of the Year: Luke O’Shea (Sing You Up)

Female Artist of the Year: Amber Lawrence (Superheroes)

Country Music Capital News Group or Duo of the Year: The McClymonts (Here’s To You & I)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year: Dean Perrett & Troy Cassar-Daley (My Country My Land)

Bush Ballad of the Year: Bloodwood & Clover (Dean Perrett), Written by Ian Quinn

Toyota Heritage Song of the Year: Three Brothers (The Great War) Performed and Written by Luke O’Shea

Instrumental of the Year: Candle Creek (Mustered Courage)

Bluegrass Recording of the Year: One Heartbreak Away (Kristy Cox)

Qantaslink New Talent of the Year: The Adam Eckersley Band

APRA Song of the Year: Three Brothers (The Great War) Performed and Written by Luke O’Shea

Video Clip of the Year: Canoe (Sara Storer), Directed By Duncan Toombs

Single of the Year: Bittersweet (Kasey Chambers & Bernard Fanning)

Sanity Top Selling Australian Album of the Year: Here’s To You & I (The McClymonts)

Top Selling International Album of the Year: Blue Smoke (Dolly Parton)


2014

ALBUM OF THE YEAR -Lovegrass – Sara Storer, produced by Matt Fell

ALTERNATIVE COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR – Black Coffee – Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes, produced by Lachlan Bryan, Mat Duniam, Shaun Ryan and Rod McCormack

MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – Lee Kernaghan – Flying With The King

FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – Sara Storer – Lovegrass

GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR – O’Shea – Thank You Angels

VOCAL COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR – Pozie – Sara Storer & John Williamson

TOYOTA HERITAGE SONG OF THE YEAR – Lady of the Land – written by Luke O’Shea & Drew McAlister, recorded by Luke O’Shea

BUSH BALLAD OF THE YEAR – I Love Australia – written by Keith Jamieson, recorded by Jeff Brown

INSTRUMENTAL OF THE YEAR – Cotton Eyed Joe – Pete Denahy

QANTASLINK NEW TALENT OF THE YEAR – Ashleigh Dallas – Me

APRA SONG OF THE YEAR- Lady of the Land – written by Luke O’Shea & Drew McAlister, recorded by Luke O’Shea

CMC VIDEO CLIP OF THE YEAR – Flying With The King – Lee Kernaghan, directed by Duncan Toombs

SINGLE OF THE YEAR – Flying With The King – Lee Kernaghan

TOP SELLING INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR – Red – Taylor Swift (Universal Music)

SANITY TOP SELLING AUSTRALIAN ALBUM OF THE YEAR – Beautiful Noise – Lee Kernaghan (ABC Music)

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – Ted Egan

The 42nd CMAA Country Music Awards of Australia were staged on Saturday, 25th January, 2014 at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment & Conference Centre (TRECC).

2013

SINGLE OF THE YEAR Country Is – Troy Cassar-Daley

TELSTRA NEW TALENT OF THE YEAR Chelsea Basham – Laugh It Off

VIDEO CLIP OF THE YEAR Piece Of Me – The McClymonts, directed by Duncan Toombs

GROUP OR DUO OF THE YEAR Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson – Adam & Eve

INSTRUMENTAL OF THE YEAR Yackandandah1852 – Pete Denahy

TOP SELLING INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR Blown Away – Carrie Underwood (Sony)

SANITY TOP SELLING ALBUM OF THE YEAR Two Worlds Collide – The McClymonts

APRA SONG OF THE YEAR Home – written and recorded by Troy Cassar-Daley

ALTERNATIVE COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR – Big Days & Little Years – Camille and Stuie, produced by Stuie French

BUSH BALLAD OF THE YEAR Looking Back – written and recorded by Graham Rodger

VOCAL COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR Women in Song – Tamara Stewart, Sara Storer, Felicity Urquhart

HERITAGE SONG OF THE YEAR The Drovers Wife – written by Luke O-Shea & Peter Gabrielides, recorded by Luke O’Shea

MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR Troy Cassar-Daley – Home

FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR Catherine Britt – Charlestown Road

ALBUM OF THE YEAR Home – Troy Cassar-Daley, produced by Troy Cassar-Daley

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR- Shane Nicholson

SOUND ENGINEER OF THE YEAR – Jeff McCormack

MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR – Colin Watson

 


 

2012

40th Country Music Awards of Australia – Golden Guitar Winners

Album of the Year: Falling Into Place (Adam Harvey), Producer Rod McCormack

Male Artist of the Year: Keith Urban (Long Hot Summer)

Female Artist of the Year: Beccy Cole (Waitress)

Group or Duo of the Year: Jetty Road (Serves You Right)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year: Millionaires (Beccy Cole & Kasey Chambers)

Bush Ballad of the Year: Channel Country Ground (Dean Perrett & Lee Kernaghan), Written by Merv Maltman

Heritage Track of the Year: I Am Australian by Luke O’Shea

Instrumental of the Year: OMFG (Davidson Brothers)

New Talent of the Year: O’Shea with Smash

Song of the Year: Bad Machines, Written & Recorded by Shane Nicholson

Video of the Year: Children Of The Gurindji (Sara Storer & Kev Carmody), directed By Duncan Toombs

Single of the Year: Sweet Emmylou (Catherine Britt)

Top Selling Album of the Year: Get Closer (Keith Urban)

Engineer of the Year: Ted Howard

Producer of the Year: Matt Fell

Musician of the Year: Mark Punch


2011

Album of the Year:  Still Walking (Graeme Connors) Produced by Matt Fell

Male Artist of the Year:  Graeme Connors (A Good Life)

Female Artist of the Year:  Kasey Chambers (Little Bird)

Group or Duo of the Year:  The McClymonts (Wrapped Up Good)

Vocal Collaboration of the Year:  Love Like A Hurricane (Kasey Chambers & Kevin Bennett)

Bush Ballad of the Year:  Every Time He Travels Through Cloncurry (Written by Pete Denahy, Recorded by Luke Austen)

Toyota Heritage Song of the Year: Sacred Bones (Written by Troy Cassar-Daley & Luke Austen, Recorded by Luke Austen)

Fender Instrumental of the Year:  Dixie Breakdown (Ian Simpson & John Kane)

Maton New Talent of the Year:  McAlister Kemp (All Kinds of Tough)

APRA Song of the Year:  Little Bird (Written by Kasey Chambers)

Video of the Year:  Calling Me Home (Sarah Storer) Directed by Duncan Toombs

Single of the Year:  Little Bird (Kasey Chambers)

Sanity Top Selling Album of the Year:  Planet Country (Lee Kernaghan

Telstra Horizon Award:  The Sunny Cowgirls

 


 

2010

Album of the Year
I Love This Place – Troy Cassar-Daley, produced by Rod McCormack, Troy Cassar-Daley & Jeff McCormack

Male Vocalist of the Year
Troy Cassar-Daley – I Love This Place

Female Vocalist of the Year
Felicity Urquhart – Roller Coaster

Top Selling Album of the Year
Defying Gravity – Keith Urban

Group or Duo of the Year
Jetty Road – Million Miles

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Ain’t Gonna Change For You – Troy Cassar-Daley & The McClymonts

Heritage Song of the Year
Chasin’ Rodeo – written and recorded by Troy Cassar-Daley

Instrumental of the Year
Fox On The Freeway – Davidson Brothers

Bush Ballad of the Year
The Road To Thargomindah – The Bushwackers, written by Colin Buchanan

Video Clip of the Year
When I Was A Boy – Greg Storer & Sara Storer, directed by Duncan Toombs

New Talent of the Year
Victoria Baillie – Make Me

APRA Song of the Year
Big Big Love – written & recorded by Troy Cassar-Daley

Single of the Year
Big Big Love – Troy Cassar-Daley

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