Trisha Shetty

1990 Brit Awards

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Hosted by  Cathy McGowan
Other ceremonies  1989, 1991
Venue  Dominion Theatre
Date  18 February 1990
Host  Cathy McGowan
1990 Brit Awards 4bpblogspotcomE0I4rIgI10VRg559PalIAAAAAAA

The 1990 Brit Awards were the 11th edition of the biggest annual pop music awards in the United Kingdom. They are run by the British Phonographic Industry and took place on 18 February 1990. The ceremony was held at the Dominion Theatre in London for the first time, having previously been held at the Royal Albert Hall, and was hosted by Cathy McGowan.

Contents

1990 Brit Awards Brit Awards A dozen lesserknown moments BBC News

Live performers

1990 Brit Awards Ten BRIT Awards moments that were worth tuning in for The Line Of
  • Lisa Stansfield – "All Around the World"
  • Neneh Cherry – "Manchild"
  • Nigel Kennedy – Vivaldi's Four Seasons
  • Phil Collins – "Another Day in Paradise"
  • Soul II Soul – What Is Soul II Soul
  • Freddie Mercury

    1990 Brit Awards Brit Awards 1990 Queen Photos

    The 1990 awards ceremony saw the last public appearance of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. Queen appeared at the ceremony to receive the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. Mercury (who had been suffering from AIDS since 1987 but had not disclosed it to the public) did not make a speech, as Brian May did the talking on behalf of the other members, but his gaunt appearance was noticeable and he died in November 1991.

    1990 Brit Awards Ten BRIT Awards moments that were worth tuning in for The Line Of
    1990 Brit Awards Brit Awards 1990 Queen Photos
    1990 Brit Awards 1990 Queen Photos Page 4

    References

    1990 Brit Awards Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Koshish
    Anna Rosbach
    Jennifer Kilian
    Topics