The Deadlys Award winners 2004

The Deadlys Award winners 2004

Winners of The Deadlys Awards 2004

Music

*Most Promising New Talent in Music: Casey Donovan
*Single Release of the Year: Talk about love – Christine Anu
*Album Release of the Year: Djarridjarri (blue flag) – Saltwater Band
*Band of the Year: The Donovans
*Music Artist of the Year: Troy Cassar-Daley
*Jimmy Little Award for Lifetime Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Music: Mandawuy Yunupingu
*Excellence in Film & Theatrical Score: Archie Roach, Ruby Hunter and Paul GrabowskyRuby’s Story

port

*Most Promising New Talent in Sport: Brett Lee
*Outstanding Achievement in AFL: Gavin Wanganeen
*Outstanding Achievement in Rugby League: Amos Roberts
*Male Sportsperson of the Year: Joshua Ross
*Ella Award for Lifetime Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sport: Tony Mundine
*Female Sportsperson of the Year: Michelle Musselwhite

The Arts

*Dancer of the Year: Jason Pitt
*Outstanding Achievement in Film and Television: Ernie Dingo
*Outstanding Achievement in Literature: Dr Larissa Behrendt
*Actor of the Year: David Gulpilil
*Visual Artist of the Year: Michael Riley

Community

*DEST Award for Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education: Chris Sarra
*Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health: Dr Ngaire Brown
*Broadcaster of the Year: Bevan Rankins, WAAMA 100.9fm

External links

* [http://www.deadlys.vibe.com.au/vibe.asp?pageID=1777 Deadlys 2004 winners] at Vibe


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