Raymond Weil awards ‘International Artist’ to The Script

The ceremony is held in support of music charity Nordoff Robbins and has now fundraised more than £10m

Swiss watchmaking company Raymond Weil has given the International Artist Award to Irish rock band The Script at the O2 Silver Clef Luncheon.

Craig Leach, Raymond Weil’s UK brand director, gave the award to The Script during the 43rd luncheon held on the 6 July at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

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With the luncheon, Raymond Weil has continued its support of music charity Nordoff Robbins, which is now the “jewel in the charity’s fundraising crown and a highlight of the UK music industry’s calendar”, having fundraised more than £10m for the music charity.

The Irish band has received many accolades such as three Meteor Ireland Music Awards, two World Music Awards and two Brit Award nominations.  

Legends of the music industry including Roger Waters, Ellie Goulding, George Ezra, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, Stereophonics, Rudimental, Jorja Smith are amongst the winners of the 43rd O2 Silver Clef Awards.

Leach said: “Raymond Weil is thrilled to continue to support the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK as well as sponsor the renowned International Artist Award at the annual awards for the last 18 years.

“The highly coveted award has been received my many iconic artists including John Legend, Foo Fighters, Bob Geldof, Kylie Minogue, Hozier and Nile Rodgers and we can’t think of more worthy winners for the 2018 honor.

“Since 1976, Nordoff Robbins has been committed to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people and we are extremely proud to have witnessed the charity’s dedication first hand.”

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