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Inaugural NZ Country Music Awards winners

STOP PRESS!

On Saturday 26th August 2006, at the beautiful Founders Theatre, Hamilton, New Zealand, a total sell-out audience witnessed an awesome night of the very best of New Zealands Country Music professionals.

Winners of the Awards were;

1/NCMA Horizon Award-PAUL SHARPLIN

2/NCMA Biggest Selling Event/Tour - HIGHWAY OF LEGENDS

3/NCMA Biggest Selling Album - HIGHWAY OF LEGENDS

4/NCMA Legends Award(2) - PATSY RIGGIR
COLLEEN TRENWITH

5/NCMA 2006 Artist of the Year - HAMILTON COUNTY BLUEGRASS BAND

The sales of NZ CM Artists continues to grow in the concert area. A major growth is expected in 2007.

The major company promoting Country Music, Pacific Entertainment Ltd.,expects many new young stars to emerge in 2007.

ENDS

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