WIN one of four British Lovers Rock Gala Awards Show DVD's
New Name Music presents British Lovers Rock Gala Awards Show. Following a successful premiere in 2008, the British Lovers Rock Gala Awards will return for a sophomore performance July 25, 2009 at the 02 Academy in Brixton, London, UK.
New Name Music presents British Lovers Rock Gala Awards Show. Following a successful premiere in 2008, the British Lovers Rock Gala Awards returned to the 02 Academy in Brixton, London, UK.
The event, presented by New Name Music and Executive Decisions, was hosted by legendary music producer Jazzie B, and featured a comprehensive line-up of lovers rock artists and producers.
Q) Which of the following artists WAS NOT at the British Lovers Rock Gala Awards?
a)Stingb)Dennis Bovellc)Sandra Crossd)Vivian Jones
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Scheduled appearances included Maxi Priest, Louisa Mark, Caron Wheeler, Trevor Walters, Susan Cadogan, Lorna Bennett, Errol Dunkley, Dennis Bovell, Sandra Cross, Vivian Jones, Winston Reedy, Paul Dawkins, Mafia & Fluxy, Kofi and Sugar Minott.
Many lovers rock artists and legends received awards and acknowledgements, including Me & You, Black Harmony, Carroll Thompson, Janet Kay, Lloyd Brown, Peter Hunnigale, Matumbi, Barry Biggs, Lorna Bennett, Susan Cadogan, Dawn Penn, and more.
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