Fruit (band) - List of Awards and Achievements

List of Awards and Achievements

Australian Live Music Awards (ALMA's)

  • Best Live Album in Australia
    • 2003 - Fruit "Live at the Basement"
    • 2002 - Fruit "Live at the Basement"
  • Best Tour Manger
    • 2003 - Sue Arlidge
  • Best Up and Coming Live Act in Australia
    • 2001 - Fruit
  • Best Emerging Act in South Australia
    • 2001 - Fruit
  • Best Live Act in Australia
    • 2001 - Fruit (Nomination)

Queen's Trust Award for Young Australians

  • Mel Watson (for The Into One Project)

South Australian Music Awards

  • Most Outstanding Instrumentalist
    • 2003 - Mel Watson
    • 1998 - Mel Watson
    • 1997 - Mel Watson
    • 1996 - Mel Watson
    • 1995 - Mel Watson
  • Most Outstanding Songwriter
    • 2003 - Mel Watson (Nomination)
    • 1997 - Sam Lohs (Nomination)
  • Most Outstanding Vocalist
    • 2003 - Mel Watson (Nomination)
    • 1997 - Susie Keynes (Nomination)
  • Most Outstanding Release
    • 1996 - "Fruit"
    • 1997 - "Skin" (Nomination)
  • Most Outstanding Band
    • 1998 - Fruit
  • Most Outstanding Group or Individual
    • 1996
    • 1997 (Nomination)
  • Most Outstanding S.A. Release
    • 1998 - 'Shift' Live @ the Gov & JJJ, Fruit
  • Achievement Award
    • 1998 - Fruit, for independent touring
    • 1997 - Mel Watson & Bev Luff for The Into One Project
  • Most Outstanding Live Engineer
    • 1998 - Adam Budgen
  • Most Outstanding CD Artwork
    • 1998 - Miska Graphics, Rachel Harris & Andy Rasheed Photography for 'Shift'
  • Most Outstanding Guitarist
    • 1998 - Anthony Scott
  • Most Outstanding Bass Player
    • 1997 - Jenna Bonavita
    • 1998 - Anthony Scott
  • Most Outstanding Drummer
    • 1998, 1997 - Catherine Oates
  • Most Outstanding Video
    • 1997 - Mel Watson & Bev Luff for The Into One Project

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