Planet Rock Wins Classic Rock Award: Band Of The Year!
Well, sort of...
Okay first of all, we didn't steal this. But we didn't win it either...
Last night, Planet Rock's Paul Anthony was in attendance at The Classic Rock Awards to cover the red carpet and beyond.
In a bizarre turn of events that we're still trying to piece together, he ended up with an award belonging to The Rolling Stones, who were honoured with the "Band Of The Year" title.
You can see the full list of ACTUAL winners below (and chaps, you're welcome to swing by and pick this up whenever you get a moment!)
The Living Legend Award (Sponsored by Orange Amplification) – Black Sabbath
Event Of The Year (Sponsored by Roadrunner) – Black Sabbath go to #1 spot
Breakthrough Award – Virginmarys
The Musicians’ Union Maestro – James Dean Bradfield
Tommy Vance Inspiration Award (Sponsored by Spinefarm Records) – Rory Gallagher
Outstanding Contribution (sponsored by Monitor Audio) – Mott the Hoople
Classic Album (sponsored by Eagle Rock) – ‘Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton’ – John Mayall
V.I.P. Award (sponsored by currencies.co.uk) – Shep Gordon
Metal Guru (sponsored by Mascot Label Group) – Zakk Wylde
Best New Band (sponsored by Kraken) – The Temperance Movement
Album Of The Year (sponsored by Live Nation) – Black Sabbath ‘13’
Reissue Of The Year (sponsored by Alchemy) – Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumours 35th Anniversary Edition’
Film Of The Year – Led Zeppelin ‘Celebration Day’
Band Of The Year (sponsored by Investec) – The Rolling Stones
Spirit Of Prog (sponsored by USM / UMC) – Alex Lifeson
The Showmen – The Darkness
Innovator – Wilko Johnson
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