Sia scores songwriter hat trick at APRA Music Awards

Coral Williamson

Sia has become the first artist to win the APRA Songwriter Of The Year award three years in a row, after she picked up the gong at last night's ceremony in Sydney.

The elusive singer (pictured) had Fall Out Boy frontman Pete Wentz accept the award on her behalf, via a video speech. She also won Song Of The Year for Chandelier, which was co-written with Jesse Shatkin.

APRA/AMCOS chief executive Brett Cottle said of the triple win: “This is ...

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