This year's ceremony saw thirty awards presented across a diverse set of awards and genres. from first-time winners and emerging artists to Queensland Hall of Famers, meet all of this year's incredible Queensland Music Awards winners!
From household names Keith Urban, Amy Shark and Sheppard to emerging artists like Jaguar Jonze, Jesswar and Hope D, the Queensland Music Awards is an annual celebration of the state's best music and established legends.
After a record number of artist submissions from all over the state, this impressive list of finalists includes 76 of the best songwriters, musicians, and filmmakers from the furthest reaches of Queensland’s thriving and diverse music communities!
Jazz master Sean Foran holds seven QMAs, including the Jazz Award from the inaugural year of Q Song (now known as QMAs) in 2006 for his song 'Mesmerisation'.
The multi-awarding winning artist has taken home 13 QMAs since 2016, including Highest Selling Single three years in a row, and 2019 Highest Selling Album. Amy Shark's first QMA went to 'Golden Fleece' for the Pop Award.
Two-time award-winning artist Jaguar Jonze took home her first QMA in 2016 for Most Promising Female Songwriter as determined by People's Choice voting.
The Jungle Giants
Five-time award-winning supergroup The Jungle Giants impressed People's Choice Award voters in 2014 with their hit song 'I Am What You Want Me To Be', taking out the Most Popular Group Award for their first QMA.
The Amity Affliction
Multi-award winning heavy band The Amity Affliction were awarded the first of their five QMAs in 2011 when the public voted them Most Popular Group.
Photos by Lachlan Douglas, Bianca Holderness Photography.