2009 ARIA Award Winners!

26 November 2009

The 2009 ARIA Awards have wrapped up for the night, with Empire of the Sun taking out the most awards!

Check out the full list of winners below!

Highest Selling Australian Single

Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream
Evermore -- Hey Boys and Girls
Jessica Mauboy -- Running Back -- WINNER
Jessica Mauboy -- Burn
Wes Carr -- You

Highest Selling Australian Album

AC/DC -- Black Ice -- WINNER
Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream
The Hilltop Hoods -- State Of The Art
Jessica Mauboy -- Been Waiting
The Presets -- Apocalypso (Std Edition)

Best Blues and Roots Album

Ash Grunwald -- Fish Out Of Water
C.W. Stoneking -- Jungle Blues - WINNER
Pete Murray -- Chance To Say Goodbye
The Waifs -- Live From The Union Of Soul
The Wilson Pickers -- The Land Of The Powerful Owl

Best Children's Album

Bindi -- Bindi Kidfitness 2 -- Jungle Dance Party
Georgie Parker -- Here Comes The Sun
The Fairies -- Princess Perfect
The Saddle Club -- Best Friends
The Wiggles -- Go Bananas! -- WINNER

Best Dance Release

Hook N Sling -- The Best Thing (2008)
Sneaky Sound System -- 2
The Presets - Talk Like That -- WINNER
Tommy Trash Feat. Mr Wilson -- Need Me To Stay
Zoe Badwi -- Release Me

Best Urban Album

Astronomy Class -- Pursuit Of Happiness
Hilltop Hoods -- State Of The Art -- WINNER
Horrorshow -- The Grey Space
Pez -- A Mind Of My Own
Phrase - Clockwork

Best Independent Release

Bertie Blackman -- Secrets and Lies -- WINNER
C.W. Stoneking -- Jungle Blues
Dappled Cities -- Zounds
Sneaky Sound System -- 2
The Drones -- Havilah

Best Music DVD

Jimmy Barnes - Live At The Enmore
Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson -- Rattlin' Bones Max Sessions
Sia - TV Is My Parent -- WINNER
The Cat Empire -- Live At The Bowl
Various -- Rockwiz -- Salutes the Bowl

Best Rock Album

AC/DC -- Black Ice -- WINNER
Eskimo Joe -- Inshalla
Jet -- Shaka Rock
The Drones -- Havilah
The Temper Trap -- Conditions

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Bob Evans -- Goodnight, Bull Creek!
David Campbell - Good Lovin!
Josh Pyke -- Chimney's Afire - WINNER
Little Birdy -- Confetti
Paul Dempsey -- Everything Is True

Best Pop Release

Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream -- WINNER
Jessica Mauboy -- Been Waiting
Kate Miller-Heidke -- Curiouser
Ladyhawke -- Ladyhawke
Sarah Blasko -- As Day Follows Night

Best Comedy Release

Dave Hughes -- Dave Hughes Is Handy
Hamish & Andy - Unessential Listening -- WINNER
Rodney Rude -- Goes The Growl (DVD)
The BBQ Kings -- The Fellowship Of The Grill
Tripod - For The Love Of God!

Best Country Album

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

Breakthrough Artist -- Single

Art Vs Science - Art Vs Science
Bluejuice -- Broken Leg
Jessica Mauboy -- Running Back Feat. Flo Rida
Ladyhawke -- My Delirium -- WINNER
Lisa Mitchell -- Coin Laundry

Breakthrough Artist -- Album

C.W. Stoneking -- Jungle Blues
Jessica Mauboy -- Been Waiting
Ladyhawke -- Ladyhawke -- WINNER
Lisa Mitchell -- Wonder
The Temper Trap -- Conditions

Best Group

AC/DC -- Black Ice
Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream
Eskimo Joe -- Inshalla
Hilltop Hoods -- State Of The Art
The Drones -- Havilah

Best Male Artist

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

Best Female Artist

Jessica Mauboy -- Been Waiting
Kate Miller-Heidke -- Curiouser
Ladyhawke -- Ladyhawke
Lisa Mitchell -- Wonder
Sarah Blasko -- As Day Follows Night - WINNER

Single of the Year

Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream - WINNER
Hilltop Hoods -- Chase That Feeling
Kate Miller-Heidke -- The Last Day On Earth
Ladyhawke -- My Delirium
The Temper Trap -- Sweet Disposition

Album of the Year

AC/DC -- Black Ice
Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream - WINNER
Eskimo Joe -- Inshalla
Sarah Blasko -- As Day Follows Night
The Temper Trap -- Conditions


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Well I reckon that the best female artist should have been one of the other people, I mean who is Sarah Blasko?!?! She won't be big next year! and what is with Empire of the Sun winning single and album of the year,, rigged I know!! Other than that I'm happy I spose.

Posted by catty_cool_presetslover on 27 November 2009

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