Genesis and David Bowie producer Hugh Padgham is to receive the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK music.
A record number of women have been shortlisted for the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards 2019, with rising stars Cecile Desnos, Dani Bennett Spragg and Rhiannon Mair all in the running.
The Music Producers Guild (MPG) has opened submissions for its 2019 Awards and is calling on all recording professionals, their management and the public to submit their recommendations.
The PRS for Music board member will receive the prestigious Inspiration Award at this year's awards, organisers have announced.
A quarter of this year's nominees are female, with producer Catherine Marks, engineer Steph Marziano and A&R Jane Third up for awards.
Paul Epworth was named Producer Of The Year at the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards 2017, taking the top prize for the fourth time.
David Bowie producer Tony Visconti is to receive the PPL sponsored Outstanding Contribution to UK Music award at the 2017 Music Producers Guild Awards.
Bristolian producer and DJ Roni Size will receive the Music Producers Guild’s (MPG) 2017 Inspiration Award.
Paul Epworth, Fraser T. Smith and Nigel Godrich are among the producers shortlisted for the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards 2017.
The Music Producers Guild (MPG) is to open entries for the 2017 edition of the awards from 1 September.