Tim Gibuma and the Storm

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Tim Gibuma and the Storm is an Australian band fronted by Papua New Guinea-born singer-songwriter Timothy Mawi Gibuma. Their album The Gaba - Gaba Mawi was nominated for 2000 ARIA Award for Best World Music Album. [1] It is an album of traditional music of the Torres Strait Islands.

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References

  1. "Album - Tim Gibuma and the Storm The Gaba-gaba Mawi", Black Arts Review, 21 October 2000
  2. Kennett, Steve (21 October 2000), "The ARIA Nominees", Billboard, archived from the original on 13 February 2002CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)