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Winners 2013

Winners in 2013

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The award was being presented to Roger Daltrey CBE in recognition of not only his enduring global success as frontman of The Who, but for being a driving force in the Teenage Cancer Trust and co-organiser of the charity’s concert series.

Held at the Royal Albert Hall in March, the concerts have raised more than £17 million for Teenage Cancer Trust, since The Who & friends played a benefit concert for the Trust at the venue in 2000.

The success of The Who worldwide coupled with his work for teenage cancer patients makes Roger Daltrey a most worthy recipient of this award.

Relentless

Runners-up:

Nutz Headphones
Gaymers

Alex Hardeee

Alex Hardee with Jenny Dunster, President of the Agents Association

Runners-up:

Steve Zapp, ITB
Adam Gainsborough, This Is Now Agency

Jamie Finn

Runners-up:

John Rostron, SWN Festival (Cardiff)
Dave Grenfell, FeedMe Music (London)

Orchard

Orchard Events team (l-r): Dave Driscoll, Greg Barton,Carlina Gugliotta, Pablo Janczur and Marcus Lawry

Runners-up:

DF Concerts, Scotland
Ten Feet Tall, North East

DHP

DHP Family team (l-r): Isla Miskelly, Bonita McKinney, Wai Mundia, Daniel Ealam,Anton Lockwood and George Akins

Runners-up:

AEG Live
SJM Concerts

Kwame Kwaten

Runners-up:

Owain Davies, OD Management (Ben Howard)
Paul Carey, The Music Management (Skinny Lister)

Glen Rowe

Recieved by wife Lynsey Rowe

Runners-up:

Ant Forbes (1975)
Rich Jones (Rita Ora)

Ben Howard

Runners-up:

Skinny Lister
Jake Bugg

Claire Haffenden

Runners-up:

Paul Craig, Warner Music Groupon
Allie Bailey, Cooking Vinyl

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Received by the band’s managers

Runners-up:

Rolling Stones at British Summer Time
Mumford & Sons at Glastonbury

Bloodstock
Bloodstocks Adam and Amanda GregoryRunners-up:

Festival Number 6, Portmeirion
End of the Road, North Dorset

Latitude

Latitude team (l-r): James Kent, Holly Jones, Jen Roberts and Tanya Pile

Runners-up:

CampBestival
RockNess

Glastonbury

Glastonbury’s Ben Challis and Richard Roberts

Runners-up:

British Summer Time (Hyde Park)
Bestival

Manchester Academy

The venue’s Martin Laws and VMS operations director Richard Maides

Runners-up:

The Engine Shed, Lincoln
The Forum Hertfordshire, Hatfield

Corporation

Corporation’s Stuart Turner, Iain Scott and Andrew Jeffries

Runners-up:

RockCity, Nottingham
Koko, London

Under the bridge

Under the Bridge team (l-r): Alan Tenenbaum, Nick Fisher Dodd, Samantha Rosenthal, Joanne Hunter, Barry Kavanagh

Runners-up:

Robin 2, Bilston/Wolverhampton
229 The Venue, London

Wolves Civic

The Civic’s Mark Blackstock and Rupert Knowlden

Runners-up:

St David’s Hall, Cardiff
Shepherds Bush Empire, London

02 London

AEG Europe President and CEO Tom Miserendino

Runners-up:

Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
Phones 4u Arena, Manchester

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium’s (l-r) Jon Hancock, Sarah Hedges, Noirin O’Conner, Ewa Korda,Claire Bavington, Jim Frayling, Danielle Buckley, Jason Eglash and Henry Munro

Runners-up:

Ricoh Stadium, Coventry
Emirates Stadium, London

Graham Lambert

Runners-up:

Lester Dales, Dales Evans
Felix Baird & James Bartlett, Stage Miracles

Muse Em

Received by Laura Plenderleith of Cato Music on behalf of Muse

Runners-up:

Rolling Stones at British Summer Time
Roger Waters The Wall at Wembley Stadium