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ARIA Hall of Fame

ARIA Hall of Fame
2008 ARIA Hall of Fame, 1 July, Melbourne Town Hall
Awarded for To honour the growing number of legendary performers, producers, songwriters and others who have had an impact on music culture in Australia.
Country Australia
Presented by Australian Recording Industry Association
First awarded 1988
Last awarded current
Official website ariaawards.com.au
Television/Radio coverage
Network VH1 Australia
MTV Australia

Since 1988 the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) has inducted artists into its annual ARIA Hall of Fame. While most have been recognised at the annual ARIA Music Awards, in 2005 ARIA sought to create a separate standalone ceremony ARIA Icons: Hall of Fame event as only one or two acts could be inducted under the old format due to time restrictions.[1] Since 2005 VH1 obtained the righs to broadcast the show live on Foxtel, Austar and Optus networks;[2] and each year five or six acts were inducted into the Hall of Fame with an additional act inducted at the following ARIA Music Awards.[1] At the 1 July 2008 Hall of Fame ceremony, held at the Melbourne Town Hall, ARIA stated that the Hall of Fame ceremony would be completely separate from the ARIA Music Awards – there would be no additional inductees at the latter ceremony.[3] ARIA had opened the Hall of Fame ceremony to the general public for the first time,[3] and ARIA president Ed St John announced that a new annual exhibition, at the Melbourne Arts Centre from November, would showcase memorabilia honouring the Hall of Fame inductees.[4] In 2011, the ceremony returned to the general ARIA Music Awards with two new inductees.[5]

Contents

  • List of inductees 1
    • Repeat inductees 1.1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

List of inductees

Year Inductees[6][7]
1988 Dame Joan Sutherland, Johnny O'Keefe, Slim Dusty, Col Joye, Vanda & Young, AC/DC
1989 Dame Nellie Melba, Ross Wilson
1990 Percy Grainger, Sherbet
1991 Billy Thorpe, Glenn Shorrock, Don Burrows, Peter Dawson
1992 Skyhooks
1993 Cold Chisel, Peter Allen
1994 Men at Work
1995 The Seekers
1996 Australian Crawl, Horrie Dargie
1997 The Bee Gees, Paul Kelly, Graeme Bell
1998 The Masters Apprentices, The Angels
1999 Richard Clapton, Jimmy Little
2000 No inductees
2001 INXS, The Saints
2002 Olivia Newton-John
2003 John Farnham
2004 Little River Band
2005 Jimmy Barnes, Smoky Dawson, Renée Geyer, Normie Rowe, Split Enz, The Easybeats, Hunters & Collectors
2006 Daddy Cool, Divinyls, Icehouse, Helen Reddy, Rose Tattoo, Lobby Loyde, Midnight Oil
2007 Frank Ifield, Hoodoo Gurus, Marcia Hines, Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons, Brian Cadd, Radio Birdman, Nick Cave
2008 Dragon, Russell Morris, Max Merritt, The Triffids, Rolf Harris[nb 1]
2009 Kev Carmody, The Dingoes, Little Pattie, Mental As Anything, John Paul Young[9][10]
2010 The Church, Models, Johnny Young, John Williamson, The Loved Ones
2011 Kylie Minogue, The Wiggles[5]
2012 Yothu Yindi[11]
2013 Air Supply[12]
2014 Molly Meldrum, Countdown[13]
2015 Tina Arena[14]
  1. ^ In July 2014 ARIA announced that Rolf Harris' Hall of Fame award was withdrawn after he was convicted on 12 counts of indecent assault.[8]

Repeat inductees

Seven artists have been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame under more than one role:

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "ARIA Icons: Hall of Fame".  
  2. ^ "ARIAs Hall of Fame".  
  3. ^ a b Pope, Mark (2008-05-01). "ARIA Presents the 2008 ARIA Hall of Fame" (PDF).  
  4. ^ "Aussie Music Legends’ Gear to Go on Show" (PDF).  
  5. ^ a b Quinn, Karl (31 October 2011). "Wiggles, Kylie to Be Inducted into ARIA's Hall of Fame".  
  6. ^ "ARIA 2008 Hall of Fame inductees listing".  
  7. ^ "Winners by Award: Hall of Fame".  
  8. ^ Cooper, Mex (1 July 2014). "Rolf Harris's ARIA Hall of Fame induction rescinded". The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax Media). Retrieved 1 July 2014. 
  9. ^ Collins, Simon (19 July 2009). "Love is in the Air at the ARIA Hall of Fame". The West Australian (West Australian Newspapers Limited). Retrieved 19 July 2009. 
  10. ^ "ARIA 2009 Hall of Fame announcement of inductees" ( 
  11. ^ "Yothu Yindi Announced as 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee – 26th ARIA Awards". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 26 October 2012. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  12. ^ "Air Supply to Be Inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame". ARIA Music News. Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 24 October 2013. Retrieved 28 October 2013. 
  13. ^ to be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame"Countdown"Ian 'Molly' Meldrum and . ARIA Music News. Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 28 October 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2014. 
  14. ^ "One of the Greatest Australian Voices of all Time, Tina Arena to Be Inducted in the ARIA Hall of Fame". Australian Recording Industry Association. 25 October 2015. Retrieved 26 October 2015. 

External links

  • ARIA Hall of Fame website
  • Official ARIA Awards website
  • ARIA site explaining ARIA Icons: Hall of Fame concept
  • 2008 ARIA Hall of Fame Inductees' biographies
  • Learn more about the ARIA Hall of Fame inductees in Music Australia
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