The event, which took place at London’s Hilton Hotel, saw the likes of Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, Italian electronic producer Giorgio Moroder and Laura Mvula all receive awards.
Items auctioned at the event included dinner with Pharrell Williams (went for £30,000), the original sheet music from Your Song, signed by Elton John (sold for £12,000) and two tickets to one of Kate Bush’s sold out gigs this summer (went for £4,500).
This was the 39th O2 Silver Clef Awards. To date the event has raised nearly £9m for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
The full list of winners at this year’s event is below;
Jimmy Page – the O2 Silver Clef Award
Black Sabbath – AEG Live Ambassadors of Rock Award
Sir Tom Jones – Sony Mobile Lifetime Achievement Award
Pharrell Williams – Raymond Weil International Award
Laura Mvula – Jack Daniel’s Best Newcomer Award
Chas & Dave – Investec Icon Award
Paloma Faith – Royal Albert Hall Best British Act Award
Giorgio Moroder – American Express Innovation Award
Gareth Malone – PPL Classical Award
Justin Timberlake – Best Live Act Award