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Deadly Sounds Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music, Sport, Entertainment and Community Awards ()
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History

The Deadly Awards, established in 1995 and held annually, celebrate Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievement in music, sport, entertainment and community.

The awards recognise the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders both to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and to Australian society, and showcase outstanding achievement and excellence.

Source: http://www.deadlys.com.au/awards/ Sighted: 29/11/2013.

Latest Winners / Recipients (also see subcategories)v1291

2013 winner (The Jimmy Little Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music) Steve Dodd
2013 winner (The Lifetime Contribution Award for Healing the Stolen Generations) Archie Roach
2013 winner (The Ella Award for Lifetime Achievement in Sports) Adam Goodes
2013 winner (Male Artist of the Year) Troy Cassar-Daley
2013 winner (Album of the Year) Archie Roach for 'Into the Bloodstream'

Works About this Award

19th Annual Deadly Awards Crowd Packs Opera House 2013 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 25 September no. 560 2013; (p. 33-36)
Archie Roach - Song Man of a Generation 2013 single work column
— Appears in: Deadly Vibe Magazine , 30 September no. 199 2013;
Deadly Archie Tells Tony Abbott: We Want Action for our People 2013 single work column
— Appears in: National Indigenous Times , 18 September vol. 12 no. 329 2013; (p. 5)
Inspriational O'Shane Honoured at Deadlys Peter Vincent , 2013 single work column
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 11 September 2013; (p. 6-7)
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