Q Awards 2010: Winners
aaamusic | On 25, Oct 2010
Take That made their first public appearance with Robbie Williams at the Q Awards in London today (October 25).
The band, who have reunited for a new album and tour, were inducted into the magazine’s Hall of Fame.
Williams said: “I’d like to thank my boys. Extremely happy here. Looking forward to the next few years.”
Take That release new album ‘Progress’ next month and are expected to announce details of a huge tour at a press conference in London tomorrow (October 26).
Florence & The Machine was the big winner at this year’s Q Awards ceremony, taking home the awards for Best Female and Best track for ‘You’ve Got The Love’.
Paolo Nutini won Best Male, Kasabian were named Best Act In the World and The National won Best Album for ‘High Violet’.
Other winners included Bryan Ferry, who was named Q Icon, while Sir Paul McCartney collected the Classic Album award for Wings’ ‘Band On The Run’.
Q Awards 2010 – Winners:
Best Track – Florence And The Machine, ‘You Got The Love’
Breakthrough Artist – Plan B
Best New Act – Mumford & Sons
Best Video – Chase And Status feat Plan B
Best Live Act – Green Day
Hall Of Fame – Take That
Classic Songwriter – Neil Finn
Next Big Thing – Clare Maguire
Q Idol – Madness
Q Hero – The Chemical Brothers
Q Inspiration – Suede
Best Male – Paolo Nutini
Best Female – Florence & The Machine
Innovation In Sound – Mark Ronson
Best Album – The National, ‘High Violet’
Best Act In The World Today – Kasabian
Q Icon – Bryan Ferry
Classic Album – Wings, ‘Band On The Run’