Justine Clarke Wins ARIA Award for Best Children's Album
Justine Clarke has won the award for Best Children’s Album at the 2018 ARIA Awards, held at The Star on Wednesday, November 28.
After a week of star studded shows and stellar talent at the Tamworth Country Music Festival 2017, ABC Music has celebrated at Country Music’s night of nights with a total of FIVE Golden Guitars won at the CMAAs.
From the incredible album Hard Light, Travis Collins collected three golden guitars, which included Single of the Year (Just Another Girl) Song of the Year (Call Me Crazy) and Male Artist of the Year.
Recent ARIA award winner Sara Storer collected two more awards for her mantelpiece, taking her total Golden Guitar Award tally to 21, by winning Bush Ballad of the Year (Amazing Night) and also Female Artist of the Year.
Both Sara and Travis took to the stage with outstanding live performances and showed the crowd why they deserved to be crowned Golden Guitar winners on the night. Other notable highlights throughout the evening included Adam Brand pumping up the crowd with his new single ‘Get On Your Feet’ as well as Caitlyn Shadbolt and The Wolfe Brothers entertaining the packed crowd at TRECC. Lee Kernaghan wrapped up the night with his new single ‘Outback Club Reunion’, highlighting the 25th Anniversary of his iconic album ‘The Outback Club.’
ABC Music is extremely proud of all of our nominees and a big congratulations to all the winners on the night.
At a ceremony on Tuesday 10 October at the Art Gallery of NSW, ABC Classics & Jazz were announced winners of the 2017 ARIA Awards for Best Classical, Best Jazz, Best Original Soundtrack and Bes
Australia’s favourite guitarists, the Grigoryan Brothers, present their new album of Bach’s best-loved concertos, arranged for guitar duo and orchestra.
The world’s most popular children's entertainment group The Wiggles are delighted to unveil their latest album, Wiggle Pop!