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  • 09.07.2016 Andy wins Guiding Light award at Progressive Music...

    The Progressive Music Awards, presented by Prog Magazine, were held in early September at the Underglobe in London's South Bank. Nine of the thirteen awards for the evening were won by veteran artists with the band Big Big Train the only one to win two awards, Live Event and Band of the Year which were both fan voted awards. Among the other publicly voted awards, The Anchoress won the Limelight Award for rising star, The Mute Gods took the Vanguard Award for artists moving into the mainstream, iamthemorning received Album of the Year for Lighthouse, and Anthony Phillips' Esoteric Reissue Series took the Storm Thorgerson Grand Design Award. The rest of the categories, chosen by a panel of experts, went to veteran artists including the Buggles, Jakko Jakszyk of King Crimson, former Police guitarist Andy Summers and Jon Hiseman of Colosseum. (c) Vintage Vinyl News

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on September 7, 2016 - 3:08pm

The Progressive Music Awards, presented by Prog Magazine, were held in early September at the Underglobe in London's South Bank. Nine of the thirteen awards for the evening were won by veteran artists with the band Big Big Train the only one to win two awards, Live Event and Band of the Year which were both fan voted awards. Among the other publicly voted awards, The Anchoress won the Limelight Award for rising star, The Mute Gods took the Vanguard Award for artists moving into the mainstream, iamthemorning received Album of the Year for Lighthouse, and Anthony Phillips' Esoteric Reissue Series took the Storm Thorgerson Grand Design Award. The rest of the categories, chosen by a panel of experts, went to veteran artists including the Buggles, Jakko Jakszyk of King Crimson, former Police guitarist Andy Summers and Jon Hiseman of Colosseum. (c) Vintage Vinyl News