Steven Wilson and Anathema win at the inaugural PROG awards

By Kscope on September 12, 2012 in Anathema, Awards, Steven Wilson

The inaugural Progressive Music Awards, organised by PROG magazine, took place last week at Kew Gardens in London. In amongst awards for 70’s prog pioneers such as Rick Wakeman, Genesis and Carl Palmer, Kscope artists helped represent the new generation, walking away with two of the ten awards.

ANATHEMA won the Live Event award for the Kscope ‘A Night At The Union Chapel’ event along with their blistering gig at Koko.

STEVEN WILSON was also honoured with the prestigious Guiding Light award.

Click here to see the BBC’s report on the evening

Award Winners:
New Blood: TesseracT
Live Event: Anathema
Grand Design: Pink Floyd’s Immersion Reissues
Anthem: Squackett’s A Life Within A Day
Album Of The Year: Rush’s Clockwork Angels
Visionary: Peter Hammill
Lifetime Achievement: Genesis
Virtuoso: Carl Palmer
Guiding Light: Steven Wilson
Prog God: Rick Wakeman

Click here for PROG’s website

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Here is Anathema performing ‘Thin Air’ at the ‘A Night At The Union Chapel’ event at the Union Chapel last year

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