A galaxy of stars joined music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins at the O2 Silver Clef Awards at Grosvenor House Hotel in London, to celebrate some of the biggest artists in music.
Music-News.com was there to interview the music stars. Click above to see our interview with Barry Gibb.
Over 1,000 guests attended the charity’s annual fund raising event to honour winners Lionel Richie, Jess Glynne, Florence Welch, Olly Murs, Massive Attack, Craig David, Hozier, Patti Smith, Jeff Lynne and André Rieu, and One Direction, the only winners to be selected by public vote.
Nordoff Robbins patron and presenter Gaby Roslin hosted the event which featured the hotly anticipated O2 Silver Clef Auction with some incredible music memorabilia including a signed Jeff Lynne guitar and raised almost £120,000 for the charity. The total amount generated for Nordoff Robbins on the night was £602,000.
Others attending the Awards included Fearne Cotton, Ricky Wilson and MNEK who were interviewed by Peter Andre on the blue carpet.
The full list of winners and presenters at the O2 Silver Clef Awards were:
Lionel Richie – O2 Silver Clef Award, presented by Barry Gibb
Jess Glynne – Jack Daniel’s Best Newcomer Award, presented by Twin B
Florence Welch – Best Female Artist Award presented by Apple Music, presented by Beats 1 Anchor, Julie Adenuga
Olly Murs – AEG Live Best Male Artist Award, presented by Paddy McGuinness
Massive Attack – Royal Albert Hall Best Group Award, presented by Nellee Hooper
Craig David – American Express Innovation Award, presented by Fearne Cotton
Hozier – Raymond Weil International Award, presented by Annie Lennox
Patti Smith – Google Outstanding Achievement Award
Jeff Lynne – London Evening Standard Icon Award, presented by Trevor Francis
Andre Rieu – PPL Classical Award, presented by John Suchet
One Direction – Ticketmaster Best Live Act Award, presented by Ricky Wilson
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