The 2019 Toyta Golden Guitar Awards was held in Tamworth on Saturday the 26th of January, celebrating a massive year of the Australian Country Music Industry. A big warm congratulations to all the Mushroom artists and songwriters who received awards on the night.
Kasey Chambers & The Fireside Disciples took home Traditional Country Album of the Year for her album Campfire, as well as performing The Campfire Song on the night.
Troy Cassar-Daley took home Heritage Song of the Year for his song Shadows On The Hill, making that his 37 Golden Guitar Award.
ABC Music’s artist Beccy Cole was awarded Best Female Artist of the year for her album Lioness, making that Cole’s 11th Golden Guitar Award.
ABC Music’s artist Travis Collins scooped up his 7th Golden Guitar Award for Best Male Artist of the year for his album Brave & Broken, as well as performing a moving performance of his song It’s Just Music.
The late Karl Broadie picked up Regional Australia Bank Vocal Collaboration of the Year for Every Hello. Performed by Bennett Bowtell Urquhart which was written and features Karl Broadie’s vocals off their latest album Weeds.
Last but definitely not lest, James Blundell was hondoured and inducted into the Australasian Country Music Roll of Renown for his outstanding career which spanning over 30 years.