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Ivor Novello Awards 2010: Winners And Pictures

by | 20th, May 2010

LILY Allen scooped her three Ivor Novello Awards. Says she: “Really, truly, from the bottom of my heart, it’s the songs I’m most proud of. This song [The Fear] is so much about feeling lost in a lot of ways. All of a sudden, this has made me feel found.” Johnny Marr won the “inspiration prize”. Says he: “I always thought that the greatest thing you can achieve as a musician is to be called an inspiration – aside from a big house in Sunningdale obviously.”

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Lily Allen is interviewed after winning Best Song Musically & Lyrically to add to her earlier PRS For Music Most Performed Work at the Ivor Novello Awards at the Grosvenor House in central London.

Also, there and prized were Bat For Lashes star Natasha Khan, Paul Weller and the un-prized, Noel Gallagher, Shaznay Lewis, Rolf Harris and his wife Alwen, Chipmunk, Twee Lam, La Roux’s Elly Jackson, Michael Eavis and his daughter Emily, Cerys Matthews, Betty Boo, Simon le Bon and his wife Yasmin, Trevor Horn, Paolo Nutini and Noel Gallagher…

Winners:

PRS for music most performed work – The Fear, Lily Allen

Best television soundtrack – Desperate Romantics (composer Daniel Pemberton)

Best contemporary song – Daniel, Bat For Lashes

The Ivors inspiration award – Johnny Marr

Best original video game score – Killzone 2 (composer Joris de Man)

The Ivors classical music award – Sir Peter Maxwell Davies

Best song musically and lyrically – The Fear, Lily Allen

Album award – Sunny Side Up, Paolo Nutini

International achievement – Imogen Heap

Best original film score – Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (composer John Powell)

PRS For Music outstanding contribution to British music – Trevor Horn

Special international award – Neil Sedaka

Songwriters of the year – Lily Allen and Greg Kurstin

Lifetime achievement – Paul Weller

Academy fellowship – Sir Tim Rice



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