ARIA Music Awards of 2009

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The 23rd Annual Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (generally known as ARIA Music Awards or simply The ARIAs) took place on 26 November 2009 at the Acer Arena at the Sydney Olympic Park complex.[1][2] The ceremony was telecast on the Nine Network at 8:30pm that night.[1] The nominees for all categories were announced on 8 October,[1][3] with the winners of the Fine Arts Awards and Artisan Awards announced on 10 November.[4][5] Biggest winners for the year were Empire of the Sun which collected a total of seven awards.[1]

The ARIA Hall of Fame inducted: Kev Carmody, The Dingoes, Little Pattie, Mental As Anything and John Paul Young.[6]

Ceremony details[edit]

The ceremony was hosted by Gyton Grantley and Kate Ritchie with presenters including Ruby Rose, Missy Higgins, Powderfinger, Orianthi, Vanessa Amorosi, Guy Sebastian, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Richard Wilkins, Lee Kernaghan, Daniel Merriweather, Jabba, Jason Dundas, Natalie Gruzlewski, John Butler, Keith Urban, Tim Ross (Rosso), Cassie Davis, Andrew G, Jimmy Barnes, Marieke Hardy, Lindsay McDougall, Rove McManus and Robbie Williams.[1]

Performers were The Temper Trap, Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy, Hilltop Hoods, Empire of the Sun, Sarah Blasko, Lisa Mitchell, Kate Miller-Heidke, Sydney Children's Choir, Ladyhawke and Robbie Williams, who performed his new single "Bodies".[1]

Multiple winners and nominees[edit]

Jessica Mauboy at the ARIA Music Awards red carpet.

Awards[edit]

Nominees and winners with results indicated on the right.[1][3]

ARIA Awards[edit]

Album of the Year

Artist Album Result
AC/DC Black Ice Nominated
Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Won
Eskimo Joe Inshalla Nominated
Sarah Blasko As Day Follows Night Nominated
The Temper Trap Conditions Nominated

Single of the Year

Artist Single Result
Empire of the Sun "Walking on a Dream" Won
Hilltop Hoods "Chase that Feeling" Nominated
Kate Miller-Heidke "The Last Day on Earth" Nominated
Ladyhawke "My Delirium" Nominated
The Temper Trap "Sweet Disposition" Nominated

Highest Selling Album

Artist Album Result
AC/DC Black Ice Won
Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Nominated
Hilltop Hoods State of the Art Nominated
Jessica Mauboy Been Waiting Nominated
The Presets Apocalypso Nominated

Highest Selling Single

Artist Single Result
Empire of the Sun "Walking on a Dream" Nominated
Evermore "Hey Boys and Girls" Nominated
Jessica Mauboy "Burn" Nominated
Jessica Mauboy "Running Back" (with Flo Rida) Won
Wes Carr "You" Nominated

Best Group

Artist Release Result
AC/DC Black Ice Nominated
Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Won
Eskimo Joe Inshalla Nominated
Hilltop Hoods State of the Art Nominated
The Drones Havilah Nominated

Best Female Artist

Artist Release Result
Jessica Mauboy Been Waiting Nominated
Kate Miller-Heidke Curiouser Nominated
Ladyhawke Ladyhawke Nominated
Lisa Mitchell Wonder Nominated
Sarah Blasko As Day Follows Night Won

Best Male Artist

Artist Release Result
Bob Evans Goodnight, Bull Creek! Nominated
C. W. Stoneking Jungle Blues Nominated
Daniel Merriweather Love & War Won
Josh Pyke Chimney's Afire Nominated
Paul Dempsey Everything Is True Nominated

Breakthrough Artist – Album

Artist Album Result
C. W. Stoneking Jungle Blues Nominated
Jessica Mauboy Been Waiting Nominated
Ladyhawke Ladyhawke Won
Lisa Mitchell Wonder Nominated
The Temper Trap Conditions Nominated

Breakthrough Artist – Single

Artist Single Result
Art vs. Science "Art vs. Science" Nominated
Bluejuice "Broken Leg" Nominated
Jessica Mauboy "Running Back" (with Flo Rida) Nominated
Ladyhawke "My Delirium" Won
Lisa Mitchell "Coin Laundry" Nominated

Best Pop Release

Artist Release Result
Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Won
Jessica Mauboy Been Waiting Nominated
Kate Miller-Heidke Curiouser Nominated
Ladyhawke Ladyhawke Nominated
Sarah Blasko As Day Follows Night Nominated

Best Rock Album

Artist Album Result
AC/DC Black Ice Won
Eskimo Joe Inshalla Nominated
Jet Shaka Rock Nominated
The Drones Havilah Nominated
The Temper Trap Conditions Nominated

Best Dance Release

Artist Release Result
Hook N Sling The Best Thing Nominated
Sneaky Sound System 2 Nominated
The Presets "Talk Like That" Won
Tommy Trash "Need Me to Stay" (with Mr Wilson) Nominated
Zoe Badwi "Release Me" Nominated

Best Children's Album

Artist Album Result
Bindi Bindi Kidfitness 2 Jungle Dance Party Nominated
Georgie Parker Here Come the Sun Nominated
The Fairies Princess Perfect Nominated
The Saddle Club Best Friends Nominated
The Wiggles Go Bananas! Won

Best Country Album

Artist Album Result
Felicity Urquhart Landing Lights Nominated
Jasmine Rae Look It Up Nominated
Keith Urban Defying Gravity Nominated
Shane Nicholson Familiar Ghosts Nominated
Troy Cassar-Daley I Love This Place Won

Best Independent Release

Artist Release Result
Bertie Blackman Secrets and Lies Won
C. W. Stoneking Jungle Blues Nominated
Dappled Cities Zounds Nominated
Sneaky Sound System 2 Nominated
The Drones Havilah Nominated

Best Urban Album

Artist Album Result
Astronomy Class Pursuit of Happiness Nominated
Hilltop Hoods State of the Art Won
Horrorshow The Grey Space Nominated
Pez A Mind of My Own Nominated
Phrase Clockwork Nominated

Best Blues and Roots Album

Artist Album Result
Ash Grunwald Fish out of Water Nominated
C. W. Stoneking Jungle Blues Won
Pete Murray Chance to Say Goodbye Nominated
The Waifs Live from the Union of the Soul Nominated
The Wilson Pickers The Land of the Powerful Owl Nominated

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Artist Album Result
Bob Evans Goodnight, Bull Creek! Nominated
David Campbell Good Lovin! Nominated
Josh Pyke Chimney's Afire Won
Little Birdy Confetti Nominated
Paul Dempsey Everything Is True Nominated

Best Comedy Release

Artist Release Result
Dave Hughes Dave Hughes Is Handy Nominated
Hamish & Andy Unessential Listening Won
Rodney Rude Rodney Rude Goes the Growl Nominated
The BBQ Kings (Pat Drummond, Tony Williams & Chris O'Leary) The Fellowship of the Grill Nominated
Tripod For the Love of God! Nominated

Best Music DVD

Artist DVD Result
Jimmy Barnes Live at the Enmore Nominated
Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson Rattlin' Bones Max Sessions Nominated
Sia TV Is My Parent Won
The Cat Empire Live at the Bowl Nominated
Various RocKwiz Salutes the Bowl Nominated

Fine Arts Awards[edit]

Best Jazz Album

Artist Album Result
Dale Barlow, George Coleman Jr, Mark Fitzgibbon, Sam Anning Treat Me Gently Nominated
Kate Ceberano, Mark Isham Bittersweet Nominated
Katie Noonan Blackbird Won
Mark Isaacs Resurgence Band Tell It Like It Is Nominated
Michelle Nicolle The Loveliest Night Nominated

Best Classical Album

Artist Album Result
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Paul Dyer Handel: Concert Grossi Opus 6 Won
Australian Chamber Orchestra Classical Destinations II Nominated
Emma Matthews Emma Matthews in Monte Carlo Nominated
Slava & Leonard Grigoryan Distance Nominated
Teddy Tahu Rhodes, David Hobson You'll Never Walk Alone Nominated
Goldner String Quartet Beethoven: The Complete String Quartets Nominated

Best Original Soundtrack / Cast / Show Album

Artist Album Result
Amanda Brown Son of a Lion Original Soundtrack Nominated
Soundtrack Balibo Won
Soundtrack Samson and Delilah Nominated
Soundtrack East of Everything Series Two Soundtrack Album Nominated
Tex Perkins, Murray Paterson Beautiful Kate Nominated

Best World Music Album

Artist Album Result
Fiona Joy Hawkins Blue Dream Nominated
Kamerunga The Push Nominated
Seaman Dan Sailing Home Won
Warren Fahey Australia: Folk Songs & Bush Verse Nominated
Wicked Beat Sound System Dreaming Nominated

Artisan Awards[edit]

Producer of the Year

Producer Musical artist Release Result
Empire of the Sun, Donnie Sloan, Peter Mayes Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Won
Forrester Savell Karnivool Sound Awake Nominated
Suffa Hilltop Hoods State of the Art Nominated
Tim Powles Regular John The Peaceful Atom Is a Bomb Nominated
Wayne Connolly, Paul Dempsey Paul Dempsey Everything Is True Nominated

Engineer of the Year

Engineer Musical artist Release Result
DJ Debris Hilltop Hoods State of the Art Won
Greg Wales You Am I Dilettantes Won
Jimi Maroudas Eskimo Joe Inshalla Nominated
Pete Mayes Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Nominated
Steve Scharm Little Birdy Confetti Nominated

Best Video

Director Musical artist Single Result
Head Pictures, Damon Escott, Stephen Lance Sarah Blasko "All I Want" Nominated
Josh Logue for Mathematics Empire of the Sun "Walking on a Dream" Won
"We Are the People" Nominated
Mark Alston Kate Miller-Heidke "The Last Day on Earth" Nominated
Sam Bennetts Bluejuice "Broken Leg" Nominated

Best Cover Art

Cover artist Musical artist Album Result
Aaron Hayward, David Homer Debaser Empire of the Sun Walking on a Dream Won
C. W. Stoneking C. W. Stoneking Jungle Blues Nominated
Mathematics Eskimo Joe Inshalla Nominated
Sarah Larnach Ladyhawke Ladyhawke Nominated
Sharon Chai Sarah Blasko As Day Follows Night Nominated

ARIA Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

The following were inducted into the 2009 ARIA Hall of Fame on 27 August at Melbourne's Forum Theatre:[6]

Judging academy[edit]

A breakdown of the 2009 judging academy.

In 2009, the generalist categories were determined by the "voting academy", which consisted of about 1000 representatives from across the music industry. (See pie chart at right for percentage breakdowns.)

Members of the academy are kept secret. Membership is by invitation only. An individual record company may have up to eight members on the academy. The only artists eligible to vote are winners and nominees from the previous year's awards.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "ARIA Awards 2009 Winners". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 26 November 2009. 
  2. ^ "ARIA Awards 2009 : History: Winners by Year : 2009:23rd Annual ARIA Awards". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Archived from the original on 24 November 2009. Retrieved 13 June 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "2009 ARIA Awards Nominees". The Age (Fairfax Media). 8 October 2009. Retrieved 9 October 2009. 
  4. ^ "Ex-Idol tops ARIA nominations". ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)). 8 October 2009. Archived from the original on 11 October 2009. Retrieved 9 October 2009. 
  5. ^ "2009 ARIA Artisan & Fine Arts Awards Winners Announced!". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 10 November 2009. Archived from the original on 30 October 2009. Retrieved 12 November 2009. 
  6. ^ a b "ARIA 2009 Hall of Fame announcement of inductees" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 17 July 2009. Retrieved 23 July 2009. 

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