Eurovision artists nominated in 2023 National Live Music Awards
The nominations for the 2023 National Live Music Awards were announced today with a string of Aussie Eurovision and Australia Decides artists up for gongs.
Electric Fields, who have won seven NLMAs in the past, are up for five awards including Best Live Act and Best Live Voice for Zaachariaha Fielding.
Also up for an awards are Eurovision 2023 legends Voyager. They are nominated for Best Hard Rock or Heavy Metal Act.
While Jaguar Jonze from 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2020 and 2022 is nominated in the Best Live Act for Queensland and Best Live Voice for Queensland categories.
The awards will be hosted via a number of free events across Australia on 11 October.
Darwin Railway Club – Darwin, NT
Jive – Adelaide, SA
Music Market – Melbourne, VIC
Simple Complex – Hobart, TAS
Stranded – Brisbane, QLD
The Bird – Northbridge, WA
The Great Club – Sydney, NSW
UC Hub – Canberra, ACT
All state based awards are voted on by the public. You can vote at: https://www.nlmas.com.au/vote/
The full list of 'Eurovision' and 'Eurovision - Australia Decide's nominees are:
Best Live Act
Best Live Voice
Best Pop Act
Best Live Act for South Australia
Best Llve Voice for South Australia
Jaguar Jonze (Deena Lynch)
Best Live Act for Queensland
Best Live Voice for Queensland
Best Hard Rock or Heavy Metal Act
You can see all nominees in all categories at the NLMA website.
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