See our 2000 Gold Badge recipients here. Content originally published by BASCA.
Originally published by BASCA, October 11th 2000
The 26th Annual Gold Badge Awards presented by British Academy of Composers & Songwriters
Wednesday 11th October 2000. The Savoy, Strand, London
Each year, Britain’s songwriters pay tribute to the vast machinery of talent behind the scenes in the music business at the Academy’s Gold Badge Awards Luncheon Sponsored by MCPS.
Over the past 25 years the Academy has honoured broadcasters, recording artists, publishers, arrangers, producers, record company executives, and a host of other sometimes unsung heroes on whom the industry depends. Covering a wide range of disciplines, ages and musical styles, the
Gold Badge Awards are British composers’ salute to an outstanding group of men and women who have made a special or lasting contribution to Britain’s entertainment industry.
This year the Academy will be awarding the Gold Badge of Merit to:
- Clem Cattini
- Doreen Davies
- Graham Gouldman
- Max Harris
- Engelbert Humperdinck
- Glyn Johns
- Alan Keith
- Denis King
- Terry Lightfoot
- Tony Peters
- Shakin’ Stevens
- Barbara Windsor