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Finalists for The Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards 2007

Finalists for The Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards 2007

Thursday 13th September, 2007 12:00AM


Nokia Album of the Year

Brooke Fraser – Albertine
Evermore - Real Life
Hollie Smith - Long Player
Opshop - Second Hand Planet
The Mint Chicks - Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!

Vodafone Single of the Year
Brooke Fraser – Deciphering Me
Evermore – Light Surrounding You
Liam Finn – Second Chance
Opshop – Maybe
The Tutts - K

Vodafone People’s Choice Award
Evermore
Brooke Fraser
Opshop
The Black Seeds
Shapeshifter

Steinlager Pure Best Group
Evermore - Real Life
Opshop - Second Hand Planet
The Mint Chicks - Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!

Best Male Solo Artist

Greg Johnson - Anyone Can Say Goodbye
Paul McLaney - Edin
Tim Finn - Imaginary Kingdom

Mazda Best Female Solo Artist
Brooke Fraser – Albertine
Hollie Smith - Long Player
Hayley Westenra - Treasure

KIWI FM Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Atlas - Crawl
Hollie Smith - Long Player
Liam Finn – Second Chance

PPNZ Best Rock Album
Evermore - Real Life
Opshop - Second Hand Planet
The Mint Chicks - Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!

Best Urban/Hip Hop Album

4 Corners - The Foundations
Deceptikonz - Heavy Rotation
PNC - Rookie Card

Best Aotearoa Roots Album

Age Pryor – Shanks’ Pony
Hollie Smith - Long Player
The Black Seeds – Into the Dojo

C4 Best Music Video
Angus Sutherland and Liam Finn - Second Chance (Liam Finn)
Sam Peacocke - Crazy?Yes!Dumb?No! (The Mint chicks)
Stephen Tolfrey - Maybe (Opshop)

Best Dance/Electronica Album

Bulletproof - Shake The Foundations
Shapeshifter – Soulstice
State Of Mind - Take Control

Best Maori Album
Adam Whauwhau - Tukuna Mai
Richard Nunns & Hirini Melbourne - Te Whaiao: Te Ku Te Whe Remixed
Toi Hautu - Na Te Atua

Best Gospel/Christian Album
Hannah Donald - Unfinished Journey
Magnify - Alive Within
Rapture Ruckus - I Believe

Best Classical Album
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and James Judd - Lilburn - Orchestral Works
John Psathas - View From Olympus
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa - Kiri Sings Karl

No finalists are announced for the Highest Selling NZ Single, The Warehouse Highest Selling NZ Album, NZ on Air Radio Airplay Record of the Year and International Achievement awards. These will be presented at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards ceremony at Auckland’s ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre, The Edge® on October 18

The recipient of the New Zealand Herald Legacy Award – Johnny Devlin will also be honoured on October 18. Devlin will also be inducted in to the recently announced New Zealand Music Hall of Fame.

WINNERS OF TECHNICAL AWARDS TUIS
Best Album Cover Ruban Nielson for Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! by The Mint Chicks
Best Engineer Chris Van Der Geer, engineer on Parlour Games by Revolver
Best Producer Jeremy Toy and Hollie Smith for Long Player by Hollie Smith

http://www.nzmusicawards.co.nz/

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