Snow Patrol and Tom Grennan to headline Scottish Music Awards
Written by News on 20th September 2018
Music legends Snow Patrol and rising artist Tom Grennan are set to headline this year’s SSE Scottish Music Awards.
The awards are this year celebrating twenty years of raising funds for Nordoff Robbins Scotland, whilst honouring Scotland’s music scene.
Past winners in the ceremony include Paolo Nutini, Emeli Sandé, Annie Lennox and Deacon Blue, and this year is gearing up to be the best yet.
The star-studded ceremony will reflect on the last year in Scottish music, and also celebrate the music and artists of the last twenty years.
Colin Banks, Head of Sponsorship and Reward for SSE, said: “We’re extremely proud to support Nordoff Robbins Scotland and look forward to a very special 20th edition of the SSE Scottish Music Awards.
“The event has become a landmark in the Scottish music calendar and every year, proves instrumental in sustaining the vital work of the charity and its life-changing therapists.”
Nordoff Robbins is a charity that provides therapy through music. The charity was formed by Paul Nordoff, an American composer and pianist, and Clive Robbins, a British teacher of children with special needs. In the lead up to the awards ceremony, they will be offering exclusive behind the scenes footage on their social media platforms. Find out more about the charity on their website.
The awards will take place at the SEC on Saturday December 1, and tickets are available now.