Hell hath no fury like a Take That fan scorned, Ms Debelle

December 2009
Music Week;12/5/2009, Issue 47, p13
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the achievements received by several persons including Speech Debelle, Tony Wadsworth, and Terry Wogan in the music industry in Great Britain. Speech Debelle received the 2009 Barclaycard Mercury Prize award. BPI chairman Tony Wadsworth accepted the Honorary Doctorate of Music award from the University of Gloucestershire. Radio disc jockey Wogan had six-times platinum disc set due to her effort on singer Eva Cassidy's album which sold 1.8 million album copies.


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