Troy Cassar-Daley has picked up another award in Tamworth.
Troy Cassar-Daley has picked up another award in Tamworth.

Cassar-Daley is people's choice

THE awards just keep on coming for the Clarence Valley’s country music stars.

Grafton-born singer Troy Cassar-Daley has won the best male vocals category in the 2010 Australian Country Music People’s Choice Awards.

Troy is heavily favoured to add to his career tally for 14 Golden Guitars at Saturday night’s award ceremony. He is nominated in seven award categories.

Meanwhile, another former Grafton country musician, Aaron Bolton, missed out on the Telstra Road to Tamworth title on Tuesday night.

The competition was taken out by Tenielle Musulin, 22, from Karratha, who triumphed over hundreds of country music hopefuls to win the major performer’s prize, which includes a return trip to Nashville to record in a US studio and a full 12-month career development package.



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