Highlights from the 39th annual Country Music Association Awards, held last night in New York City. Featuring the evening's top performances and interviews with A-list acts, plus an assessment of the Big Apple's response to an event not previously staged across the Nashville line. EMAIL: [email address removed]
Folk, roots and acoustic-based music, featuring session tracks from bluegrass trio Nickel Creek. Plus a tribute to Transatlantic label founder Nat Joseph , who died in August, aged 66. EMAIL: [address removed]
A special extended programme in which Mark reports live from backstage at the UK Music Hall of Fame, held at Alexandra Palace in north London. This year's inductees include Bob Dylan , the Kinks, the Who, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix and Joy Division/New Order. Slash (Saul Hudson of Guns N' Roses) and others perform a tribute to
Hendrix, while New Order resurrect Love Will Tear Us Apart - the signature classic of their previous incarnation, Joy Division, who disbanded following the suicide of lead singer Ian Curtis. Also on the bill are the Pretenders and Alanis Morissette. Producer lanCallaghan Channel 4 broadcasts highlights of this event tomorrow at 9pm
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