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Troy hits the high notes with award nominations

Troy Cassar-Daley celebrates winning the Deadly Award for Album of the Year on Tuesday.
Troy Cassar-Daley celebrates winning the Deadly Award for Album of the Year on Tuesday. Contributed

TROY Cassar-Daley, who already has 21 Golden Guitars under his belt, has earned himself seven nominations for the 2013 Country Music Awards of Australia (CMAA) including Album of the Year for his record Home.

Also up for five Golden Guitars for their album Two Worlds Collide is sister trio The McClymonts, who are back in the country after a year of touring overseas.

The CMAAs will be held on the final night the Tamworth Country Music Festival on January 26 next year.

Topics:  golden guitar, the mcclymonts, troy cassar-daley



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