Friday, 19 September 2008

Primal Scream Stole the Show at Vodafone Live Music Awards

Scottish veterans Primal Scream stole the show at last night’s (September 18th) Vodafone Live Music Awards ceremony in London, picking up awards for Best Live Act and Outstanding Contribution to Live Music.

At London's Brixton Academy the rockers closed the awards ceremony with a superb set, which included their recent single 'Can't Go Back', '90s classic 'Rocks' and 'Beautiful Future', the title track of their new album.
The Ting Tings opened the show with 'That's Not My Name’ before walking away with the Xfm Live Breakthrough Award, presented to the band that had made the biggest steps in the world of gigs this year.

Mark Ronson won the Best Live Male award and The Spice Girls won Best Live Comeback gong, beating off The Verve and Led Zeppelin.The Best Live Female award went to Kate Nash and Kings of Leon picked up the award for Best International Live Act.

Glasvegas also took to the stage to perform an acoustic version of ‘Daddy’s Gone’.

Scottish music festival, T in the Park bagged the 4Music Festival of the Year award.Vodafone Live Music Award winners are as follows:
Best Live Male: Mark RonsonBest Live Female: Kate NashBest Live Act: Primal ScreamBest Live Return: Spice Girls XFM Live Breakthrough Act: The Ting Tings4Music Festival of the Year: T In The ParkLive & Unsigned Act: Kiddo360Best International Live Act: Kings Of LeonSony Ericsson Tour of the Year: Take That Arena TourOutstanding Contribution To Live Music: Primal Scream

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