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The 1975, Deep Purple And Idles Among Winners At The Ivors 2019

Thursday, 23 May 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The 1975, Deep Purple and Idles were among the winners at The Ivors, fka the Ivor Novello awards, earlier today at Grosvenor House in London.

The former took home Best Contemporary Song for Love It If We Made It and were named Songwiters Of The Year, Idles received Best Album for 'Joy As An Act Of Resistance', and Deep Purple — Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice — were honoured with the International Achievement award.

Writers of the Rudimental track These Days featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen — Julian Bunetta, Caplen, Macklemore, John Ryan and Jamie Scott—walked away with PRS Most Performed Work, the Ivors Inspiration Award went to Wiley, and Richard Ashcroft was awarded the PRS For Music Outstanding Contribution To British Music. For the full list of winners head here





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