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Six members celebrated at 2024 Grammys

Story Published Monday 5 February 2024
Kylie Minogue took home her second Grammys win. Photo credit: Getty Images - Alberto E Rodriguez

Six of our members have today been honoured at the 2024 Grammy Awards as nominees and/or contributors - spanning the categories of Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Pop Dance Recording, Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media, and Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella.

Pop princess Kylie Minogue has won her second Grammy for her irresistible dancefloor single ‘Padam Padam’ in the Best Pop Dance Recording category.

Guitar powerhouse Tommy Emmanuel won in the Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella category for his version of Johnny Cash’s classic ‘Folsom Prison Blues’, along with LA’s The String Revolution.

Kylie Minogue - Padam Padam

The String Revolution feat. Tommy Emmanuel - Folsom Prison Blues

The contributors

Recognised for their contributions are Melbourne’s Keanu Torres (Keanu Beats) for his co-writing and production work on Taylor Swift’s blockbuster hit "Karma” from her Midnights LP, which took home the night’s biggest award Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker and The Kid LAROI both have a song on Barbie The Album ( ‘Journey To The Real World’ and ‘Forever & Again’, respectively), which won the Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media award.

And kudos to previous Grammy winner Ben Fielding, a co-writer on Tye Tribett’s track "Goodness of God" on the All Things New: Live in Orlando album, which won Best Gospel Album.

It was an excellent year of nominations for Australian and New Zealand members - congrats to all!