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Jessica Mauboy, Archie Roach Win National Indigenous Music Award

by Paul Cashmere on August 10, 2013

in News,Noise Pro

The National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) were held in Darwin on Saturday night and Jessica Mauboy was the winner of the major award ‘National Artist of the Year’.

Other NIMA awards went to the legendary Archie Roach who took home ‘National Album of the Year’ for ‘Into The Bloodstream’ as well as the ‘National Cover Art of the Year’.

The National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) complete winners list is:

National Artist of the Year
Jessica Mauboy

National Album of the Year
Into the Bloodstream – Archie Roach

National Song of the Year
‘Waliwaliyangu li-Anthawirriyarra a-Kurija (Saltwater People Song)’ – Shellie Morris and the Borroloola Songwomen

National New Talent of the Year
Thelma Plum

National Cover Art of the Year
Into the Bloodstream – Archie Roach
Designed by Jacob Tolo
Original Painting by Robert Lowe Senior

National Film Clip of the Year
‘Song to Sing’ – Archie Roach
Co-Directors – David Vadiveloo / Community Prophets & Natasha Gadd / Daybreak Films

G.R. Burarrawanga Memorial Award
Shellie Morris

NT Community Clip of the Year
Rockhole Community
Rockhole produced by IHHP for Wurli – Wurlinjang Health Service

NT School Band of the Year
Rulku

NT Traditional Music Award of the Year
Wandawuy – The Mulka Manikay Archives

NIMA Hall of Fame
Archie Roach
Henry ‘Seaman’ Dan
Wirrinyga Band, Milingimbi

NIMA Special Recognition Award
Gurrumul Yunupingu

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