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Q Awards

Q Awards
Awarded for Excellence in music
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Q
First awarded 1990
Last awarded 2012
Official website http://www.qawards.co.uk/qawards/

The Q Awards are the UK's annual music awards run by the music magazine Q. Since they began in 1990, the Q Awards have become one of Britain's biggest and best publicised music awards. Locations for the awards ceremony include Abbey Road Studios and, more recently, The Park Lane Ballroom.

One of the more notable events of the awards was the ceremony of 2004, at which Elton John accused Madonna of cheating fans by miming on stage, after she had been nominated for a Best Live Act award.[1]

The Q Awards are notable for including numerous awards recognising a lifetime of achievement, rather than achievements over the year in question. In recent years, the 'lifetime' awards have usually outnumbered the 'current' awards.

Results

2013

The winners of 2013's Q Awards are:[2]

  • Best New Act
    • Jake Bugg

2012

The winners of 2012's Q Awards are:[3]

  • Best Track
  • Best New Act
    • Django Django
  • Best Live Act
  • Best Video
    • "Disconnected" — Keane
  • Best Album
  • Best Act In The World Today
  • Q Inspiration Award

2011

The winners of 2011's Q Awards are:[4]

  • Best Track
    • "Rolling in the Deep" — Adele
  • Breakthrough Artist
    • Ed Sheeran
  • New Artist
    • WU LYF
  • Best Video
  • Hall of Fame Award
  • Q's Next Big Thing
    • Lana Del Rey
  • Best Female
    • Adele
  • Q's Greatest Act Of The Last 25 Years

2010

The winners of 2010's Q Awards are:

  • Q's Next Big Thing
    • Clare Maguire

2009

The winners of 2009's Q Awards are:[5][6]

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

References

External links

  • The Q Awards 2007 official site
  • The Q Awards 1990-2004 Results
  • The Q Awards 1990-2005 Results
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