Huang in 2009
21 June 1963
|Awards|| Golden Melody Awards – Best New Artist|
Tiger Huang (Chinese :黃小琥; pinyin :Huáng Xiǎohǔ; born 21 June 1963) is a Taiwanese singer.
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She is known for her unique voice and cover versions of songs by other artists.Huang was named Best New Artist at the 1990 Golden Melody Awards. She first performed at the Taipei live house EZ5 when it opened in 1990, and held frequent shows there.
The Golden Melody Awards, commonly abbreviated as GMA, is an honor awarded by the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan to recognize outstanding achievement in the Mandarin, Taiwanese, Hakka, and Formosan-languages popular and traditional music industry. The GMAs are awarded on the basis of votes by members of jury, and it has constantly been recognized as the equivalent to the Grammy Awards in Chinese-speaking world. It shares recognition of the music industry as that of the other performance awards such as the Golden Bell Awards (television) and the Golden Horse Awards.
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|1990||2nd Golden Melody Awards||Best New Artist||N/A||Won|
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