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Sarah Aarons wins Four APRA Awards The Complete Winners List

by Paul Cashmere on April 30, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Melbourne songwriter Sarah Aarons was the big winner at the 2019 APRA Awards. She has picked up the prestigious Songwriter of the Year award as well as Most Played Australia Work for ‘The Middle’ by Zed, Dance Work of the Year for ‘The Middle’ and Rock Work of the Year for ‘Never Ever’ with The Rubens.

Amy Shark was also a multiple winner picking up APRA Song of the Year and Pop Work of the Year for ‘I Said Hi’.

The APRA Awards were held at the Melbourne Town Hall with host Brian Nankervis and Musical Director Kate Miller-Heidke.

At the presentation The Rubens teamed up with Sarah Aarons for a rare, joint live performance of their Rock Work of the Year winner Never Ever. Dual winner Dean Lewis performed his current single Stay Awake. Middle Kids and multi-instrumentalist JP Shilo interpreted Paul Kelly’s With the One I Love. JP Shilo also teamed up with Fanny Lumsden and Henry Wagons to perform Angie McMahon’s Slow Mover. Radical Son and internationally-acclaimed bassist Samuel Pankhurst interpreted Mojo
Juju, Joel Ma and Rita Seumanutafa’s Native Tongue. Electro-pop duo Electric Fields took on APRA Song of the Year I Said Hi and pop music singer Max Sharam reinvented Ainslie Wills’ Society, along with Louise Goh (Keys), Caerwen Martin (Cello) and Maria Moles (Drums).

Special guest presenters were Tina Arena, Briggs, Tania Doko, Tim Rogers, Dallas Frasca, Louis Schoorl, Megan Washington, François Tétaz, M-Phazes and G Flip.

APRA Awards 2019 The Complete Winners List

Peer-Voted APRA Song of the Year
Title: I Said Hi
Artist: Amy Shark
Writer: Amy Shark
Publishers: Mushroom Music obo UNIFIED Music Publishing

Songwriter of the Year
Writer: Sarah Aarons
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year
Writer: Dean Lewis
Publishers: Kobalt Music Publishing obo Specific Music

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music
Rob Potts

Overseas Recognition Award
Lindsay Rimes
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Outstanding International Achievement Award
Title: Youngblood
Artist: 5 Seconds of Summer
Writers: Luke Hemmings / Calum Hood / Ashton Irwin / Ali Tamposi* / Louis Bell / Andrew Watt^
Publishers: Sony/ATV Music Publishing / Mushroom Music* / Kobalt Music Publishing^

Outstanding International Achievement Award
Title: Be Alright
Artist: Dean Lewis
Writers: Dean Lewis / Jon Hume*
Publishers: Kobalt Music Publishing obo Specific Music / Sony/ATV Music Publishing*

Most Played Australian Work
Title: The Middle
Artist: Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey
Writers: Sarah Aarons / Jordan Johnson* / Stefan Johnson^ / Marcus Lomax* / Kyle Trewartha+ / Michael Trewartha+ / Anton Zaslavski+
Publishers: Sony/ATV Music Publishing / BMG Rights Management* / Kobalt Music Publishing^ /
Universal/MCA Music Publishing+

Dance Work of the Year
Title: The Middle
Artist: Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey
Writers: Sarah Aarons / Jordan Johnson* / Stefan Johnson^ / Marcus Lomax* / Kyle Trewartha+ / Michael Trewartha+ / Anton Zaslavski+
Publishers: Sony/ATV Music Publishing / BMG Rights Management* / Kobalt Music Publishing^ /
Universal/MCA Music Publishing+

Rock Work of the Year
Title: Never Ever
Artist: The Rubens feat. Sarah
Writers: Sarah Aarons / Elliott Margin* / Sam Margin*
Publishers: Sony/ATV Music Publishing / Mushroom Music obo Ivy League Music*

Pop Work of the Year
Title: I Said Hi
Artist: Amy Shark
Writer: Amy Shark
Publishers: Mushroom Music obo UNIFIED Music Publishing

Urban Work of the Year
Title: Clark Griswold
Artist: Hilltop Hoods feat. Adrian Eagle
Writers: DJ Debris (Barry Francis)* / MC Pressure (Daniel Smith)* / Suffa (Matthew Lambert)* / John Bartlett /
Paul Bartlett
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing*

Country Work of the Year
Title: Day Drunk
Artist: Morgan Evans
Writers: Morgan Evans / Chris DeStefano* / Lindy Robbins^
Publishers: Warner/Chappell Music / Sony/ATV Music Publishing* / Kobalt Music Publishing^

Blues & Roots Work of the Year
Title: Chateau
Artist: Angus & Julia Stone
Writers: Angus Stone / Julia Stone
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Most Played Australian Work Overseas
Title: Cheap Thrills
Artist: Sia
Writers: Sia Furler / Greg Kurstin
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Licensee of the Year
Clancy’s Fish Pub, WA.

International Work of the Year
Title: Perfect
Artist: Ed Sheeran
Writer: Edward Sheeran
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing

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