Silver Clef Awards: One Direction named best live act
March 14, 2017 - one direction
One Direction have been named best live act during a O2 Silver Clef Awards for a second time.
The organisation kick Adele, Little Mix and Ed Sheeran to win a award, notwithstanding now being on a break.
One Direction scored some-more than 60% of votes to take a esteem – a usually endowment during a rite to be voted for by a public.
Other winners this year embody Olly Murs and Florence Welch – who have won best masculine and best womanlike respectively.
The awards rite took place on Friday afternoon, yet all a winners were announced in advance.
One Direction said: “Thank we to all a fans for voting. Our live uncover is so critical and it is extraordinary for this to be recognised… for a second time.”
Lionel Richie was announced as a leader of a tip honour – a Silver Clef Award.
Jess Glynne won best newcomer, while Craig David scooped a creation award.
Patti Smith took home a superb feat prize, while Jeff Lynne was a target of a idol award.
Violinist Andre Rieu was a leader of a exemplary award, while Irish musician Hozier perceived a general award.
‘A pleasing thing’
Speaking before a rite during London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, Murs pronounced he was “very proud” to be recognized during an eventuality in assist of a Nordoff-Robbins charity.
Glynne also pronounced she was “really excited” to be recognised, job a gift – that supports song therapy sessions for children and adults – “a special thing to be a partial of.”
ELO’s Jeff Lynne pronounced of his accolade: “I’m always repelled when we get anything though this is adult there during a top. This is a pleasing thing and I’m really unapproachable of it.”
Richie, who perceived his endowment from Bee Gees star Barry Gibb, pronounced his Silver Clef endowment was “the best thing in a universe since trustworthy to it is a charity”.
“Attached to it is some kids that are substantially going to use song therapy as we used it – to lift themselves behind together again,” combined a 67-year-old singer.