Fanny Lumsden has taken home five Golden Guitar awards at the 49th Country Music Association of Australia (CMAA) held over the weekend.
Lumsden won Album of the Year for ‘Fallow’, her third album released through Cooking Vinyl.
Fanny Lumsden also won Female Artist of the Year and Single of the Year for ‘Fierce’.
In 2018 Fanny won Alt-Country Album of the Year and Video for the Year for ‘Mountain Song/This Too Shall Pass’.
In 2018, Fanny won Best Country Album at the AIR Music Awards for her second album ‘Real Class Act’.
The CMAA Golden Guitar Winners for 2021 are:
Album of the year: Fallow, Fanny Lumsden, Producer: Matt Fell
Alt Country Album of the Year: Fallow, Fanny Lumsden, Producer: Matt Fell
Contemporary Country Album of the Year: Mayhem to Madness, The McClymonts, Producer: Andy Mak
Traditional Country Album of the Year: There in Ochre, Luke O’Shea, Producer: Luke O’Shea
Male Artist of the Year: Travis Collins, Wreck Me
Female Artist of the Year: Fanny Lumsden, Fallow
Group or Duo of the Year: The McClymonts, Mayhem To Madness
Vocal Collaboration of the Year: Amber Lawrence, Aleyce Simmonds, Kirsty Lee Akers and Dianna Corcoran, True Blue
Bush Ballad of the Year: Six decks to Darwin, Dean Perrett, Songwriters: Dean Perrett, Kelly and Marion Dixon, Ryan Garland
Heritage Song of the Year: Happy Australia Day, Luke O’Shea & Kevin Bennett , Songwriters: Luke O’Shea, Kevin Bennett
Instrumental of the Year: Prelude, The Weeping Willows
Bluegrass Recording of the Year: Finger Picking Good, Kristy Cox, (feat Tommy Emmanuel CGP)
New Talent of the Year: Melody Moko, Like Hank Would
Song of the Year: The High Price of Surviving, Shane Nicholson, Songwriters: Shane Nicholson, Leyon Milner
Video of the Year: Mountain Song/This Too Shall Pass, Fanny Lumsden, Directors: Fanny Lumsden and Dan Stanley Freeman
Single of the Year: Fierce, Fanny Lumsden
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