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JAT Music Awards
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Awarded for The best in music
Country Worldwide
First awarded 1998

The JAT Music Awards is an annual music awards ceremony first held in 1998 and was created by JAT Magazine and magazine in which band JAT has no involvment other than writing reviews.

AwardsEdit

  • Best Male Solo Artist
  • Best Female Solo Artist
  • Best Breakthrough Act
  • Best Group
  • Best Single
  • Best Album
  • Best Producer
  • Best Non-English Song
  • Best Video

CeremoniesEdit

# Ceremony Date Broadcaster(s) Multiple wins Best Male Solo Artist winner Best Female Solo winner(s) Best Video winner(s) Host(s) Venue
1 1998 JAT Music Awards 16 January 1998 BBC JAT (3 awards) James Harrison Pixie Lott JAT - What About Now? Paul McCartney Wembley Arena, London
2 1999 JAT Music Awards 14 January 1999 Pixie Lott (3 awards) Andrew Collins Pixie Lott Pixie Lott - Gravity James Harrison Earls Court, London
3 2000 JAT Music Awards 18 January 2000 JAT (3 awards) Robbie Williams Nadine Coyle Nadine Coyle - Insatiable Michael Jackson
4 1984 BPI Awards 21 February 1984 Culture Club & Michael Jackson (2 awards) N/A Culture Club – "Karma Chameleon" George Martin
5 1985 BPI Awards 11 February 1985 Prince (2 awards) "Diamond Life" – Sade Frankie Goes to Hollywood – "Relax" The Police Noel Edmonds
6 1986 BPI Awards 10 February 1986 Eurythmics (2 awards) "No Jacket Required" – Phil Collins Tears for Fears – "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" Elton John & Wham!
7 1987 BPI Awards 9 February 1987 Peter Gabriel (2 awards) "Brothers in Arms" – Dire Straits Pet Shop Boys – "West End Girls" Eric Clapton Jonathan King
8 1988 BPI Awards 8 February 1988 No clear winner "...Nothing Like the Sun" – Sting Rick Astley – "Never Gonna Give You Up" The Who Noel Edmonds Royal Albert Hall, London
9 1989 BRIT Awards 13 February 1989 Fairground Attraction, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins & Tracy Chapman (2 awards) "The First of a Million Kisses" – Fairground Attraction Fairground Attraction – "Perfect" Cliff Richard Samantha Fox & Mick Fleetwood
10 1990 BRIT Awards 18 February 1990 Fine Young Cannibals, Neneh Cherry, Phil Collins & Queen (2 awards) "The Raw and the Cooked" – Fine Young Cannibals Phil Collins – "Another Day in Paradise" Queen Cathy McGowan O2 Arena, London
11 1991 BRIT Awards 10 February 1991 No clear winner "Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1" – George Michael Depeche Mode - "Enjoy the Silence" Status Quo Simon Bates (voiceover)
12 1992 BRIT Awards 12 February 1992 Seal (3 awards) "Seal" – Seal Queen – "These Are the Days of Our Lives" Freddie Mercury Odeon Hammersmith, London
13 1993 BRIT Awards 16 February 1993 Annie Lennox & Simply Red (2 awards) "Diva" – Annie Lennox Take That – "Could It Be Magic" Rod Stewart Richard O'Brien Wembley Arena, London
14 1994 BRIT Awards 14 February 1994 Björk, Stereo MC's and Take That (2 awards) "Connected" – Stereo MC's Take That – "Pray" Van Morrison Elton John & RuPaul