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2007 ARIA Award Winners

21st ARIA Awards Ceremony

28 October 2007
Acer Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Hosted by Rove McManus.

Kicking off the ARIA Awards for 2007 was Silverchair performing their hit Straight Lines. They were to take home 6 Arias including for the first time, Album of the Year. It also marked Silverchair’s 20 Arias surpassing John Farnham’s record of the highest total number of Aria Awards of all time. The event was hosted once again by Rove McManus and watched by over 1.6 million people around Australia on Network Ten.

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Winner by CategoryAbout Awards

ARIA Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award
John Woodruff

Hall Of Fame
Nick Cave, Frank Ifield, Hoodoo Gurus, Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons,
Marcia Hines, Brian Cadd, Radio Birdman

Album Of The Year
Silverchair
Young Modern

Highest Selling Album
Damien Leith
The Winner’s Journey

Single Of The Year
Silverchair
Straight Lines

Highest Selling Single
Silverchair
Straight Lines

Best Adult Contemporary Album
Josh Pyke
Memories & Dust

Best Independent Release
John Butler Trio
Grand National

Best Blues & Roots Album
John Butler Trio
Grand National

Best Group
Silverchair
Young Modern

Best Female Artist
Missy Higgins
On a Clear Night

Best Male Artist
Gotye
Mixed Blood

Breakthrough Artist – Album
Sneaky Sound System
Sneaky Sound System

Breakthrough Artist – Single
Operator Please
Just a Song About Ping Pong

Best Music DVD
You Am I
Who Are They, These Rock
Stars? Live At The Mint

Best Country Album
Keith Urban
Love, Pain & The
Whole Crazy Thing

Best Children’s Album
The Wiggles
Pop Go The Wiggles

Best Dance Release
Sneaky Sound System
Sneaky Sound System

Best Comedy Release
Dave Hughes
Live

Best Urban Release
Hilltop Hoods
The Hard Road Restrung

Best Pop Release
Sarah Blasko
What The Sea Wants,
The Sea Will Have

Best Rock Album
Silverchair
Young Modern

Fine Arts Awards

Best Classical Album
Richard Tognetti, Australian Chamber
Orchestra – Bach Violin Concertos

Best Jazz Album
Mike Nock & Dave Liebman – Duologue

Best Original Soundtrack, Cast, Show Recording
Choir of Hard Knocks – Choir of Hard Knocks

Best World Music Album
Zulya – 3 Nights

Artisan Awards

 

Best Video
Paul Goldman & Alice Bell
Silverchair – Straight Lines

Producer Of The Year
Wayne Connolly & Josh Pyke
Josh Pyke – Memories & Dust

Best Cover Art
Aaron Hayward & David Homer (Debaser)
Powderfinger – Dream Days At The Hotel Existence

Engineer Of The Year
Wayne Connolly
Josh Pyke – Memories & Dust

 

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