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Radiohead and Blur up for live act prize from Q
Shortlisted alongside them in the Q Awards' Best Live Act category is the electric guitars playing man behind Born In The USA and The River, Bruce Springsteen.
Two other guitars bands, The Stone Roses and The Cribs, are also included in the category.
Meanwhile, I Found You band Alabama Shakes and Not Just Money man Frank Ocean have been lined up alongside Django Django, Alt J and Lianne La Havas in the Best New Act category shortlist.
There is also an award aimed at the current 'Best Act In The World' for which The Stone Roses and Blur are both in contention, with Bad Romance star Lady Gaga, The Clocks group Coldplay, who are fronted by Chris Martin, and Time Is Running Out band Muse joining them.
Published by AW.Posted on 7 Sep 2012 17:06 to category : Music News
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