SAY Award 2020 – Live at the Longlist lineup


The SAY Award have announced their line-up for this year’s Live at the Longlist event with Free Love, Kinnaris Quintet and Sacred Paws all taking to the stage ahead of the 2020 Longlist reveal.

This year, rather than their usual physical event [cos 2020] Live at the Longlist will be broadcast on YouTube from 7pm BST on Thursday 17th September (www.youtube.com/sayaward).

A record 362 albums were submitted for this year’s award with Free Love, SHHE, Broken Chanter, Erland Cooper, Honeyblood, Sacred Paws, Elisabeth Elektra, L-Space, Mitchell Museum, Paws, and The Vegan Leather all having eligible releases in the running.

To view all 362 Eligible Albums, visit www.sayaward.com or listen to the playlist here or below.

This year’s Longlist event will take place at Edinburgh’s Summerhall and the city’s most exciting new events space 54EP, where Vic Galloway and Nicola Meighan will reveal which twenty albums make the cut.

The SAY Award have also announced their commitment to the Keychange pledge in 2020, with their independent judging panel and nominators list featuring a 50:50 gender split for the second year running.

Make sure you don’t miss the action by subscribing to The SAY Award YouTube channel here.


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