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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: First Nations :: Yabu Band - Petrol, Paint and Glue - Live at NIMA 2012
 

Yabu Band - Petrol, Paint and Glue - Live at NIMA 2012

Yabu Band - Petrol, Paint and Glue - Live at NIMA 2012
Yabu Band recorded at the 2012 NIMAs. The National Indigenous Music Awards [NIMA] are a celebration of Indigenous music that honours contemporary and traditional artists. Since going national in 2011, NIMA has firmly placed itself at the forefront of recognising excellence in Indigenous music from across the country and has been embraced by both the national industry and the wider Indigenous community. NIMA is seen as a key platform for the recognition of talent from our leading Indigenous musicians and songwriters. The public are invited to nominate online for the most deserving acts in national categories of Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, New Talent of the Year, Cover Art of the Year and Film Clip of the Year. NT artists are recognized for School Band, Traditional Music, G.R. Burarrawanga Memorial Award and Community Music Project Award. It is important that the members of the music industry and their listeners play a role in recognising artists by nominating every year in the Awards at http://nima.musicnt.com.au.

About this track...

Sung in English and Wongutha this poignant ballad puts a confronting spotlight on Indigenous youth affected by substance abuse and the impact on Aboriginal families. Nominated for Song of the Year at the NIMA 2012, this live track shows Yabu Band’s strength as performers.

Details
Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In WA
Taken From The Release Titled National Indigenous Music Awards 2012
Copyright Holder's Name Yabu Band
Media Servicing Date 2013-05-14
Main Genre Indigenous
Genre 2 Pop
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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