Jeremy Neale - Dancin' & Romancin'
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.
Cub Sport - Do You Hear
Emma Louise - Jungle
Hungry Kids of Hungary - Wristwatch
Timothy Carroll - Danshyttan
The Gin Club - Ten Paces Away
Tim Steward - Not the Same
The Boat People - Unsettle My Heart
2006: Bernard Fanning
2007: The Grates
2008: Robert Forster
2009: Troy Cassar Daley
2010: David McCormack
It’s been a huge 12 months for Queensland album releases, and our QMA Judges were given the hard task of whittling down the seemingly endless list of high-calibre records to just 5 finalists.
The Queensland Music Awards are all about celebrating music, so it's pretty important that everything sounds great. With an amazing live lineup taking the stage this year it's bound to get loud, so we're glad to be partnered again with Bose Professional.
The 2019 Queensland Music Awards is shaping up to be one of the most memorable nights of the year, with QMusic today announcing a stellar list of finalists and live performances.