Roger Daltrey CBE, founding member of The Who and multi-generational cultural icon, is to be honoured with the 25th Music Industry Trusts Award.

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THANKS TO OUR 2015 SPONSORS

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The Music Industry Trusts Award has so far raised over £5 million for two very deserving charities:

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The BRIT Trust’s main commitment is to The BRIT School in Croydon, the only non-fee paying Performing Arts School in the UK.

Nordoff Robbins is a music therapy charity, dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults.

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2016 RECIPIENT

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Our 25th year will be honouring
Roger Daltrey – recognising his
musical output and tireless
dedication for charitable causes.

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Read what David Munns, OBE says.

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David Munns OBE, chairman of the MITS Award committee

“We are absolutely thrilled that in our 25th year we will be honouring Roger Daltrey with the Music Industry Trusts Award for 2016. Roger Daltrey embodies the ethos of the MITS Award and is a deserving honouree in this milestone year. We are proud to recognise not only Roger’s musical output, both as a solo performer and as part of The Who, but also his tireless dedication for charitable causes and in particular the Teenage Cancer Trust which has helped thousands of young people throughout the UK and worldwide. Roger Daltrey is an inspiration when it comes to personal devotion to charities and is a worthy recipient in this historic year.”

THE STORY SO FAR

The Music Industry Trusts Award has established itself as one of the true benchmarks of achievement and generosity in the British music business.

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“The award night is
a highlight of the
show-business calendar.”

Looking back

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Take a look back over the last 25 years of awards.

The event has been held in the grand surroundings of The Grosvenor House Hotel in London since its creation in 1992, and now attracts more than 1,000 guests each year.