Kaisers, New Order and Gorillaz win at Ivor Novellos
Gorillaz, Kaiser Chiefs and New Order are among the winners at this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
The Kaisers - whose singer Ricky Wilson was seen by DiS last night, hobbling about on a single crutch following his previously reported hit-and-run accident - took the award for Best Album for Employment. Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett took the award for Songwriters of the Year for their work on the Gorillaz projects.
The full list of winners at the 51st annual awards looketh like this:
Best Song Musically & Lyrically - KT Tunstall 'Suddenly I See'
Most Performed Work - James Blunt 'You're Beautiful'
Best Television Soundtrack - Rob Lane Elizabeth I
Outstanding Song Collection - New Order
Best Selling UK Single - Shayne Ward 'That's My Goal'
Best Album - Kaiser Chiefs Employment
The Ivors Classical Music Award - Sir Harrison Birtwistle
International Hit Of The Year - James Blunt 'You're Beautiful'
Best Original Film Score - Evil
Best Contemporary Song - Athlete 'Wires'
International Achievement - Ian Anderson
Songwriters Of the Year - Damon Albarn/Jamie Hewlett (Gorillaz)
PRS Outstanding Contribution To British Music - Ray Davies
The Special International Award - Kenny Gamble/Leon Huff
The Academy Fellowship - Barry Gibb/Maurice Gibb (Posthumous)/Robin Gibb (The Bee Gees)
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