Here Are All The Winners From The 2019 Golden Guitar Awards

Here Are All The Winners From The 2019 Golden Guitar Awards

The Wolfe Brothers proved to be the biggest winners of the 2019 Golden Guitar Awards this past weekend, picking up a string of awards. 

The Tasmanian trio took home four gongs from their five nominations, including the coveted Album Of The Year honour with their critically-acclaimed fourth album, Country Heart.

Other award winners at Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre  on Saturday night included Andrew Swift who took out two categories (Qantas New Talent Of The Year and Alt Country Album Of The Year, Kasey Chambers & The Fireside Disciples (Traditional Country Album Of The Year) and Beccy Cole (Female Artist Of The Year).

James Blundell was also honoured with the industry’s most prestigious award – the Australasian Country Music Roll of Renown – following his remarkable 30-plus year career. 

“The diversity of talent across the country music industry is well represented tonight,” chair of the Country Music Association of Australia, Dan Biddle, said.

“It’s an exciting time for Australian country music.”

Check out all of the winners below. 

Album Of The Year: The Wolfe BrothersCountry Heart

Top Selling Album Of The Year: Keith UrbanGraffiti U

Alt Country Album Of The Year: Andrew SwiftCall Out For The Calvary

Contemporary Country Album Of The Year: The Wolfe Brothers – Country Heart

Traditional Country Album Of The Year: Kasey Chambers & The Fireside DisciplesCampfire

Male Artist Of The Year:  Travis Collins 

Female Artist Of The Year:  Beccy Cole 

Country Music Capital News Group Or Duo Of The Year: The Wolfe Brothers

Regional Australia Bank Vocal Collaboration Of The Year: Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart feat Karl Broadie

Qantas New Talent Of The Year:  Andrew Swift 

APRA AMCOS Song Of The Year: The Wolfe Brothers – Ain’t Seen It Yet 

Heritage Song Of The Year: Troy Cassar-Daley – Shadows On The Hill

Single Of The Year: Morgan EvansDay Drunk

Bush Ballad Of The Year: John Williamson – Please Don’t Forget Me 

Bluegrass Recording of the Year: Kristy CoxRicochet

CMC Video Of The Year: Fanny LumsdenElastic Waistband

Coca Cola Instrumental Of The Year: Tommy Emmanuel –  Wheelin’ & Dealin’