The Clash - Mick Jones And Ray Davies Land Silver Clef Awards

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The Clash star Mick Jones and The Kinks rocker Ray Davies have joined the star-studded list of honourees at Britain's upcoming Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards.

The two musicians will both be given prizes in honour of their career achievements at the upcoming ceremony in London, with Jones taking the coveted O2 Silver Clef Award and Davies landing the Hard Rock Cafe Ambassadors of Rock Award.

The Kinks star says of the honour, "Thank you Nordoff Robbins. To be named your Hard Rock Cafe Ambassador of Rock is fantastic."

Singer Jessie Ware has also been included on the list of honourees with the Best Newcomer prize, joining previously announced winners including Coldplay, Barry Gibb, Labrinth and Alison Moyet.

The Silver Clef Awards will take place at the London Hilton hotel on 28 June (13).


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That's Mick Jones of Foreigner, not the Clash.

1 year 4 months ago
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