14 January 2006
Good luck to all those vying for awards in Tamworth, not everyone
can be a winner but just to be there is an honour. A special good
luck wish for all you talented Independent artists who are currently
giving the contracted artists a run for their money.
Amos Morris is one of the youngest nominees for a Golden Guitar
being in the final five for the Bush Ballad of the year. Amos
told me earlier this week that no one was more surprised than
“ I was happy to get an invite to the announcement of the
finalists and I was just tucking in to the free food when my name
was announced and I almost fell off my chair”. He said.
“ It will certainly be awesome to attend the awards even
if I don’t win”, he added.
It certainly is an honour for a 17 year old in what is traditionally
a older persons category
To be up there with the best. Good Luck.
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