Homegrown artist Amy Shark will be the first person ever to be inducted into the Gold Coast Music Hall of Fame.
The announcement was made at last night's Gold Coast Music Awards, where the 32-year-old also took out Live Act of the Year, Release of the Year (for album Love Monster), and Artist of the Year for the third time in a row.
The singer/songwriter is currently touring over in Perth and wasn't able to be at the ceremony in Surfers Paradise on Thursday night, but she took to Instagram to say she was "feeling incredibly proud" to receive the huge honour.
"When I heard that, I was so excited because I could just see the future, in being like, this old lady showing my grand-babies that I was the first inductee, so I'm really proud of that," she told Heather, Dan and Ben.
"I was just so happy to be selected and just having the Gold Coast's support has meant the World".
It's believed she will be inducted sometime next year, with the exact details of what the Gold Coast Music Hall of Fame will entail still being worked out.
Meantime, new-comer to the Gold Coast music scene San Mei took out two massive awards on the night as well.
The indie, pop, rock artist was named Breakout Artist of the Year and won Song of the Year for her hit Wonder.
Check it out below!