Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou are up for National Song and Album of the Year.
Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou are up for National Song and Album of the Year. Photo Contributed

Busby Marou up for three National Indigenous Music Awards

ROCKHAMPTON duo Busby Marou is up for three National Indigenous Music Awards.

Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou have been nominated for National Song of the Year for their singles My Second Mistake and Get You Out of Here and National Album of the Year for their second studio album Farewell Fitzroy, named after Rockhampton's Fitzroy River.

The blues and roots duo has already won APRA, Q Song and Deadly awards.
 


Melbourne's Dan Sultan tops the NIMA nomiations with five nods, followed by Gurrumul Yunugingu who received four nominations.

Jessica Mauboy is up for National Artist of the Year, her only nomination, alongside Sultan, Gurrumul and Shellie Morris.

Northeast Arnhem Land's East Journey, hip-hop rapper Briggs and the Central Desert's Tjintu Desert Band are vying for

The 2014 National Indigenous Music Awards will be held in Darwin on August 15



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