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November 2019
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C Duncan and Idlewild's Rod Jones are among the acts set to perform at The SAY Award longlist ceremony

The nominees will be out this July.
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Published: 10:35 am, May 30, 2019
C Duncan and Idlewild's Rod Jones are among the acts set to perform at The SAY Award longlist ceremony

The longlist ceremony has been announced for Scotland’s national music prize, The SAY Award.

This year’s nominees for the prize - previously won by the likes of Anna Meredith and Young Fathers - will be announced at The Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh on 26th July, at an event which will host a special collaboration between Idlewild’s Rod Jones and Modern Studies, and performances from C Duncan and Kobi Onyame.

Rod says: “I’m really excited to be collaborating with Modern Studies. I’m a big fan of their ‘Welcome Strangers’ album and the way they interweave folk, classical and pop. I look forward to seeing what we can bring to each other’s songs…”

Album submissions close at midnight tomorrow (31st May), visit SAYAWARD.COM for more information.

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