The finalists for the 2019 Queensland Music Awards Album of the Year are Amy Shark for Love Monster, Ball Park Music for Good Mood, Emily Wurramara for Milyakburra, The Goon Sax for We're Not Talking and Tia Gostelow for Thick Skin.
The winner will be announced at the 2019 Queensland Music Awards, returning to the Royal International Convention Centre on Tuesday 19 March and featuring special performances by Amy Shark, DZ Deathrays, Clea, Emma Beau, Tokyo Twilight + more to be announced.
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We're Not Talking
The 2020 Queensland Music Awards (QMAs), produced by QMusic and taking place on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at The Fortitude Music Hall, has unveiled an exciting new Major Award category with the Emerging Artist Of The Year Award.
Open to all early-career Queensland musicians, entries are open now and close midnight, Thursday 24 October 2019.
The Award provides $10,000 for an emerging artist to record with an established producer and receive career-planning advice from Chugg Entertainment.
Brisbane singer songwriter Clea has been celebrated in Fortitude Valley today with the unveiling of her 2019 Queensland Music Awards Song of the Year plaque for her single 'Dreaming'.
Put yourself at the centre of the Queensland Music Awards action with interactive performances from DZ Deathrays and Tokyo Twilight plus an interview with Amy Shark, filmed by our partners GiG VR with audio captured using the Shure MV88+ Video Kit.
The sold-out event was an incredible showcase of the contribution that music makes to Queensland’s cultural life, and the exceptional caliber of musicianship that the state has to offer to a worldwide audience. Check out the winners!