A new album by Bob Dylan titled Holiday in Chains has been named “best Christmas album of all time” by the Australian Music Awards.
Bob Dylan’s Holiday in Bars album has been nominated for Album of the Year, Album of The Year, and Best Contemporary Album.
The album has a total of 3,719 votes and won over 4,200 of the total votes cast.
The awards will be announced on Monday (March 9) in Melbourne.
“Billie Holiday has become an icon of the holiday season, with her songs and lyrics being the soundtrack to many families and generations,” Australian Music Commissioner Andrew Scipione said.
Bob Dylan is nominated for Best Album of All Time, Album, Song, Album. “
It has become a universal anthem for millions of people around the world, who can enjoy the songs and the memories of Bob Dylan’s time in America.”
Bob Dylan is nominated for Best Album of All Time, Album, Song, Album.
It is the only time this year the award has been given out.
The award is named after the legendary country singer and songwriter, who died in 1994.
The Bob Dylan Award was first presented in 1980.
In 2017, Dylan’s album, The Sound and the Fury, was named Album of Best Contemporary Song.
In 2018, Dylan was nominated for an Australian Album Award.
In 2019, Dylan won the American Album of Lifetime Achievement award, which is named for his mother, Rita Mae Brown.
The Grammy Award was named after Bob Dylan for Album Of The Year.
The award is given out annually by the American Academy of Country Music.
It was announced on Sunday (March 6) that Dylan’s The Sound And The Fury album had been nominated as the best American album of the year.
The Australian Music Award is the national and international recognition for the most important Australian artist.
It recognises artists who have achieved a global impact, and for their outstanding contributions to Australian music.
The American Music Awards was established in 1962 by the Recording Academy of American Music and is named in honor of Bob Laughlin, the first member of the Academy.
The annual awards, held each January in Los Angeles, recognise outstanding achievements in music, film and the arts.