The announcement of nominees for the South Australian Music Awards (the SAMs) sees Mary Webb nominated in the Folk Artist category.

The SAM Awards are presented annually by Music SA, and the winners will be announced at a red carpet event at the Adelaide Town Hall.

But music and hi-fi fans will have a chance to hear Mary Webb before that, as she is the featured artist at the upcoming Australian Hi-Fi & AV Show running in South Yarra, Melbourne at the Como Melbourne MGallery by Sofitel from 19-21 October. Admission to the show includes entrance to Webb's concert performances, which will each be followed by a presentation on the making of her album 'Love Like Planets'.

The live performances are being brought to the Show by Magenta Audio/Halcro, while Mike Kirkham’s subsequent presentations will detail the creative processes of the album, recorded at the world-class SnowGhost Studios high in the mountains of Montana, one of the best equipped recording studios in the world (usingseveral sets of Halcro DM amplifiers in their reference monitoring system). In some ways this recording harked back to pre-digital techniques, including recording to two-inch tape during the sessions, which were engineered by Brett Allen and produced by Mr Kirkham. Backing vocals and more were added in the mixing process in Mike’s own world-class recording studio in Uraidla in the Adelaide Hills, before mastering at the Gavin Lurssen Mastering Lab in the US by Ruben Cohen.  

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