ARIA Music Awards of 1999
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ARIA Music Awards of 1999

1999 ARIA Music Awards
Date12 October 1999 (1999-10-12)
VenueSydney Entertainment Centre,
Sydney, New South Wales
Websitewww.ariaawards.com.au
Television/radio coverage
NetworkNetwork Ten

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.[1][2] Hosted by Paul McDermott and Bob Downe, and presenters, including Mel C of the Spice Girls, Tina Cousins, Fiona Horne and former Countdown host Ian "Molly" Meldrum, distributed 28 awards with the big winner for the year being Powderfinger with four awards.[1]

Three new categories, "Best Rock Album", "Best Original Cast / Show Recording" and "Best Blues & Roots Album" were created; while "Song of the Year", "Best Indigenous Release" and "Best New Talent" categories were retired.[1] In addition to the annually presented awards, a "Special Achievement Award" was received by recording studio owner Bill Armstrong and Fable Record's creator Ron Tudor; and an "Outstanding Achievement Award" was received by Natalie Imbruglia.[1] The ARIA Hall of Fame inducted: Jimmy Little and Richard Clapton.[1]

Ceremony details

The ceremony was hosted by TV comedians, Paul McDermott and Bob Downe, and awards were presented by Mel C of the Spice Girls, Tina Cousins, Fiona Horne and former Countdown host Ian "Molly" Meldrum.[1]

Awards

Final nominees for awards are shown in plain, with winners in bold.

ARIA Awards

Fine Arts Awards

Artisan Awards

Achievement awards

Outstanding Achievement Award

Special Achievement Award

  • Bill Armstrong & Ron Tudor

ARIA Hall of Fame inductees

The Hall Of Fame inductees were:

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "ARIA Awards - History: Winners by Year 1999". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Archived from the original on 19 May 2011. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Australia 1999 ARIA Awards". ALLdownunder.com. Archived from the original on 17 September 2010. Retrieved 2009.

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