Valley Walk
of Fame

22 November

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Jeremy Neale is the latest in a long line of beloved Queensland artists to be immortalised as part of the Valley Walk of Fame. His infectious power-pop anthem 'Dancin' and Romancin' was awarded 2018’s QMA Song of the Year, earning him a coveted spot among the state’s musical heavyweights.

The coveted spot on the Walk of Fame is the latest in a year full of milestones for the Brisbane based songwriter, who accepted the honour having just returned from a three month stint in New York after being awarded the prestigious Grant McLennan Fellowship.

History

The Valley Walk of Fame is a monument to some of Queensland’s best-loved musical talent; the state’s homegrown music deities enshrined in a series of bronze plaques in the Brunswick Street Mall. It's a mixed bag of megastars and indie legends, from The Bee Gees and Savage Garden to The Saints, The Go-Betweens, Regurgitator and Powderfinger. 

Since 2006 a host of breakthrough Queensland acts have earned their place among these icons. Amy Shark, Violent Soho, Ball Park Music, Cub Sport, Emma Louise and Hungry Kids of Hungary have all been honoured through the #ValleyWalkofFame initiative after winning the QMA Song of the Year. Winners of the previously awarded Published Song of the Year (2006-2010) are also represented. 

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