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2002 Country Music Awards Winners

30th CMAA
Country Music Awards Ceremony

2002 Golden Guitar Awards

Saturday, 26 Jan 2002
Tamworth Regional Entertainment
and Convention Centre (TRECC), NSW

Toyota was the sponsor this year. “Golden Guitar” trophies were given to winners. Highlight of the Tamworth Country Music Festival, the Awards was organised by Country Music Association of Australia

(CMAA). In 1993 the name changed from the Australasian Country Music Awards to its present name Country Music Awards of Australia.

 Golden Guitar Award

Album of the Year
Adam Harvey
Workin’ Overtime
Produced by Rod McCormack

APRA Song of the Year
Kasey Chambers
Not Pretty Enough
Recorded by Kasey Chambers

Top Selling Album of the Year
Kasey Chambers
Barricades & Brickwalls

Heritage Song of the Year
Brendon Walmsley
Never Never
(Compass Bros)

Bush Ballad of the Year
Slim Dusty
West Of Winton
Written by Ray Rose

Instrumental of the Year
Feral Swing Katz
Stealin’ Corn

Video Clip of the Year
Gina Jeffreys
Directed by Dylan Perry

Special Award
A special Golden Guitar trophy presented to Max Ellis, retiring Vice Chairman of the CMAA for his unstinting dedication and commitment to country music in Australia for a period of more than 30 years.

Roll of Renown
The Schneider Sisters

Male Vocalist of the Year
Adam Harvey
Shake Of A Hand

Female Vocalist of the Year
Beccy Cole
Too Strong To Break

New Talent of the Year
Kylie Sackley
Love’s Like A Train

Vocal Group or Duo of the Year
65 Roses

Vocal Collaboration of the Year
Josh Arnold and Lee Kernaghan
Thank God I’m A Country Boy

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