ARIA Music Awards of 1999

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1999 ARIA Music AwardsARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_0_0
DateARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_1_0 12 October 1999 (1999-10-12)ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_1_1
VenueARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_2_0 Sydney Entertainment Centre,
Sydney, New South WalesARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_2_1
Most awardsARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_3_0 Powderfinger (4)ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_3_1
Most nominationsARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_4_0 Silverchair (9)ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_4_1
WebsiteARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_5_0 ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_5_1
Television/radio coverageARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_6_0
NetworkARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_0_7_0 Network TenARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_0_7_1

The 13th Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (generally known as the ARIA Music Awards or simply The ARIAS) was held on 12 October 1999 at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_0

Hosted by Paul McDermott and Bob Downe, and presenters, including Mel C of the Spice Girls, Tina Cousins, Fiona Horne and Molly Meldrum, distributed 33 awards. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_1

The big winner for the year was Powderfinger with four awards. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_2

Two new categories, Best Original Cast / Show Recording and Best Blues and Roots Album were created; while Song of the Year (Songwriter), Best Indigenous Release and Best New Talent categories were retired. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_3

In addition to the annually presented awards, a Special Achievement Award was received by both recording studio owner Bill Armstrong (see Armstrong Studios) and Fable Record's creator Ron Tudor. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_4

An Outstanding Achievement Award was received by Natalie Imbruglia. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_5

The ARIA Hall of Fame inducted: Jimmy Little and Richard Clapton. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_6

Ceremony details ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_0

The ceremony was hosted by TV comedians, Paul McDermott and Bob Downe, and 33 awards were presented by Mel C of the Spice Girls, Tina Cousins, Fiona Horne, former Countdown host Molly Meldrum and others. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_7

Presenters and performers ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_1

Presenters and performers were: ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_8

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Presenter(s)ARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_1_0_0 Performer(s)ARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_1_0_1 Ref.ARIA Music Awards of 1999_header_cell_1_0_2
Harry Connick Jr.ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_1_0 SpiderbaitARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_1_1 ARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_1_2
the Tea PartyARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_2_0
Fiona HorneARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_3_0 PowderfingerARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_3_1
Merrick and RossoARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_4_0
Nick BennettARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_5_0 RegurgitatorARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_5_1
Dylan LewisARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_6_0
Sarah McLeodARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_7_0 Bachelor GirlARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_7_1
Leah McLeodARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_8_0
Troy Cassar-DaleyARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_9_0 Human NatureARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_9_1
Shanley DelARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_10_0
GarbageARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_11_0
Mel CARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_12_0 Frenzal RhombARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_12_1
Tim FreedmanARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_13_0
Kate CeberanoARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_14_0
The Living EndARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_15_0 Killing HeidiARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_15_1
Jimmy BarnesARIA Music Awards of 1999_cell_1_16_0

Awards ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_2

Final nominees for awards are shown in plain, with winners in bold. ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_9

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Fine Arts Awards ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_4

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Artisan Awards ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_5

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Achievement awards ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_6

Outstanding Achievement Award ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_7

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  • Natalie Imbruglia: recognises her international chart and sales success of her single, "Torn" (October 1997) and the related album, Left of the Middle (November 1997).ARIA Music Awards of 1999_item_5_168

Special Achievement Award ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_8

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  • Bill Armstrong: received for the establishment of his Armstrong Studios, which provided "[the] introduction of Multi Track Recording in Australia... the first 8-track recorded into Australia, then 16- and 24-track machines together with State of the Art mixing desks."ARIA Music Awards of 1999_item_6_169
  • Ron Tudor: "[his] involvement in the development of the Australian Recording Industry is well recognised throughout Australia and overseas... his greatest moments have been in witnessing the growth and success of our industry and many of Australia's very first recording artists climb their way to recognition at home and overseas."ARIA Music Awards of 1999_item_6_170

ARIA Hall of Fame inductees ARIA Music Awards of 1999_section_9

The Hall Of Fame inductees were: ARIA Music Awards of 1999_sentence_10

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  • Richard Clapton inducted by INXS member, Andrew Farriss. When previewing his induction, Clapton observed, "That's very apt. Especially since I wrote a really good song with Andrew a few months ago."ARIA Music Awards of 1999_item_7_171
  • Jimmy LittleARIA Music Awards of 1999_item_7_172


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