27 Oct 2010

ACM Awards 2010

Students, friends, family and industry partners were treated to awesome performances at the ACM Awards 2010.

ACMAWARDS_O2Indigo-39  Kicking off the night was the ACM Tutor Band with a funked up version of ‘Long Train Running‘ which set the bar extremely high for the rest of the evening. They were followed by an astonishingly accomplished performance from the 13 year old band The Theory of Six Degrees who helped launch ACM Junior. We were then treated to a characteristically casual yet virtuoso performance from Newton Faulkner who performed his hit single ‘Dream Catch Me‘ as well as two new songs and his own version of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody‘.

Throughout the ceremony 21 students received Outstanding Achievement Awards and hundreds of students had the opportunity to be acknowledged for their dedication to their studies at ACM.

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The evening kicked off with the very wonderful Hearts Under Fire, then the fabulously talented Arcady Bliss took to the stage and Deville‘s filthy disco beats followed getting the party well and truly started.

The mighty Coda made sure the venue was jumping right to the end with their flawless dubstep set. Rare! Check back soon for live videos and interviews with all the acts on at The ACM Awards 2010.

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