Muse, Blur, Plan B, Pulp, Emel Sande, Dexys, Johnny Marr... Q Awards 2012: the winners
Muse, Blur, Keane, Pulp and Plan B were among the winners at this year's Q Awards which took place in London this afternoon (22 October).
The 2012 ceremony, hosted by comedian Al Murray saw an elite guestlist descend on the Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair.
The likes of Emeli Sandé, Bobby Womack and Django Django also triumphed in the public vote, while Dionne Warwick, Manic Street Preachers and Dexys were honoured by Q.
Plus we'll have video interviews with the winners and presenters going live via YouTube just as soon as we edit them.
Here is the full list of 2012 winners:
Q Best New Act presented by Merc
Q Best Track presented by Q Radio
Plan B for Ill manors
Q Best Album presented by Red Stag for Jim Beam
Bobby Womack, The Bravest Man In The Universe
Q Best Live Act presented by Zeo
Q Best Video presented by Café de Paris
Q Best Solo Artist presented by Citroën
Q Best Act In The World Today
Q Classic Song
Dionne Warwick for Walk On By
The Killers' Brandon Flowers
Q Spirit Of Independence
Q Innovation In Sound presented by Beats By Dr Dre
Q Inspiration Award
Q Icon Award
Q Classic Album
Manic Street Preachers for Generation Terrorists
We'll have more exclusive from the awards going live on Qthemusic.com all week so stay tuned, plus look out for the new issue of Q which will be out next week.
3:00 PM | 22/10/2012
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