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Vote for your Unsung Hero now!

Pro Sound News Europe is sponsoring the MPG Awards' Unsung Hero category, described by MPG chairman Steve Levine (pictured) as "a fantastic way of honouring those people who work tirelessly for our industry but don’t necessarily get the recognition they deserve".

Pro Sound News Europe is sponsoring the Unsung Hero Award at the 2011 MPG Awards, which will be presented at Floridita in central London on 9 February.

As its name might suggest, the Awards seeks to recognise the achievement of an individual with a long and distinguished connection to the world of professional recording.

This year’s nominees are Strongroom assistant engineer Tom Bailey, Hook End Manor’s Mark Collins, studio design and disc-cutting specialist Sean Davies, Dean St. Studios manager Jasmin Lee, former Sony staffer and now Dune Music communications man Adam Sieff, and Metropolis Studios’ Annika Walsh.

Everyone is entitled to vote and can do so at www.prosoundnewseurope.com/unsung2011. But there are only seven more days to cast your vote as the ballot will close on 21 December.

MPG Chairman Steve Levine tells PSNE: “The Unsung Hero award is a fantastic way of honouring those people who work tirelessly for our industry but don’t necessarily get the recognition they deserve. With just one week left to vote I would urge everyone to take part by expressing their vote from what is an outstanding list of nominees. I would also like to remind everyone that tickets for the awards are now on sale and if you want to be there on the night please make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.”

Sponsors for the Music Producers Guild Awards 2011 include PPL, Prism Sound, SADiE, BPI, Shure, British Grove Studios and Deep Recording Studios.

For tickets and table reservations, please contact Sadie Groom at Bubble & Squeak. Tel: +44 (0) 01442 877 850. Email: sadie@bubblesqueak.co.uk.

www.mpgawards.co.uk

Image Credit: Rosie Levine

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