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Norma Murphy

Norma O'Hara Murphy
Norma Murphy
BornMurray Valley, Victoria Australia[1]
GenresCountry
Websitenormaoharamurphy.net

Norma O'Hara Murphy is an Australian country music singer and songwriter.[2] Her album Closer Now was nominated for a 1995 ARIA Award for Best Country Album.[3] In 1989 she was inducted into the Australian Country Music Hands of Fame.[4] She has won five Golden Guitars.[5]

Discography

  • Rodeo Queen (1982) - Country Records
  • Vanishing Horsemen (1985) - Selection Records
  • River Gums & Mallee Dust (1987) - Selection Records
  • Colours (1989) - Festival Records
  • Closer Now (1990) - Festival Records
  • Norma's Best (1991) - Festival Records
  • Winds Of Change (1993) - Festival Records
  • Sweet Rain (1995) - Larrikin Records
  • Live In Bundaberg (1999) - Gumleaf Music
  • Whiskey Gully Road (2010) - Bony Mountain Music
  • Best of Me (2011)
  • The Celtic Connection (volume one) (2011) - Bony Mountain Music
  • The Celtic Connection (volume two) (2013) - Bony Mountain Music
  • Solid Gold (2014) - Bony Mountain Music
  • Sweet Love (2017) - Bony Mountain Music

References

  1. ^ "NORMA O'HARA MURPHY". Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Emery, Lee (23 June 2011), "Country queen finds voice", The NewsMail
  3. ^ "ARIA Awards Best Country Album". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ Watson, Chad, "Norma O'Hara MURPHY (1989)", Australian Country Music Hands of Fame
  5. ^ Brown, Jayden (20 January 2014), "Norma O'Hara Murphy makes Australian Bush Laureate Awards", Gladstone Observer

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