The Scottish Music Awards will return this year for the 23rd edition and will take place for the first time in the famous Barrowland Ballroom.
And there will be appearances from The Fratellis, Nina Nesbitt and Nathan Evans from Lanarkshire.
One of the most celebrated nights of the year will be presented by Edith Bowman on Saturday 13 November, and the return to a physical event after last year’s virtual broadcast will mark a new era for Scottish National Awards.
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Hosting the biggest and best in the music industry, the Specsavers Scottish Music Awards will raise funds and showcase the vital work of the music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
Donald C MacLeod MBE, Chairman of the Nordoff Robbins Events and Fundraising Committee Scotland, said: “We are delighted to announce the return of the Specsavers Scottish Music Awards, and we are even more delighted that the event is returning to a physical price. performance in Scotland’s iconic and legendary concert hall, Barrowland Ballroom.
“The venue is renowned the world over and an integral part of the Scottish music community, so it will certainly be an evening to remember.”
Lanarkshire boy Nathan is scheduled to perform at the event and was also nominated for Best Male Breakthrough Act.
He said: “I still can’t believe I was asked to attend the awards, let alone be nominated for one.
“To come from where I was in January to where I am now is just amazing and to say that I am going to perform and attend the awards show is an incredible feeling and an absolute honor.
“I’m looking forward to November, it can’t come soon enough. Dreams come true.”
For more information on Nordoff Robbins, visit www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk.
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