Milk & Honey [28 articles]”>Milk & Honey is the latest big name global business to confirm its support for this year’s The A&R Awards [66 articles]”>A&R Awards.

The international management company is sponsoring the Major Publisher of the Year category at the UK-focused event, presented by MBW,  which will take place on the evening of Tuesday, November 9, at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

Milk & Honey founder, Lucas Keller, said: “We’ve loved Music Business Worldwide [161 articles]”>Music Business Worldwide from the beginning, and as a company set up in London for one year now with a focus on songwriters, we wanted to honor the publishers who are such an important part of our lives and daily business.”

There are now just handful of Gold tables available at the awards. Platinum tables have sold out.

Shortlists will be announced later in the summer, with voting commencing closer to the awards themselves.

Other categories at the 2021 event will include Producer of The Year, A&R of the Year: Adult Contemporary, A&R Administrator, A&R of The Year: Contemporary Black Music, A&R Of The Year: Electronic/Dance, A&R of the Year: Pop/R&B, Song of the Year and A&R of The Year: Rock/Alternative.

There will also be winners announced in categories such as Major Label of The Year, Independent Label of The Year, the Artist Loyalty Award, Independent Publisher of the Year, Management Company, and Artist To Watch (in association with Vevo), plus A&R Icon, and, of course, The Sir George Martin Award.

Abbey Road Studios has already been confirmed as the headline sponsor for the event, and more big names will be announced as category sponsors over the coming weeks and monthsMusic Business Worldwide

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