The much-loved HRH Awards returned last night to celebrate its fourth round honouring The Best of British Rock Music. An extremely popular awards ceremony hosting ten categories, eight of which were picked by our amazing Dark Circle and HRH Veterans, along with two other categories specifically picked as artists that have had the biggest achievements and impact within the rock world since its third round in 2019.

After eighteen months away, the HRH HQ were thrilled to welcome attendees of both nominees, performers and our special public HRH guests to the all-important HRH Awards, which included a Red Carpet Entrance filled with Media Coverage, Live Performances, Area 51 Theatrics and exclusive live performances from Bastette, White Raven Down, MC16 and Gypsy Pistoleros.

With big-name sponsors including Jagermeister, HMV Vault, Academy Music Group and Fireball, this was certainly a night to remember (or piece back together from what we could all remember!). Each winner received a specially branded Jagermeister ‘Winner’ bottle as well as a personalised HRH branded award.

A truly incredible night had by all celebrating some of the best in the music bizz!


  1. Best British Guitarist:
    Chantel McGregor
    Ginger Wildheart
    Paul Quinn
    Jackie Chambers
  2. Goth Lords:
    Lord of The Lost
    The Webb
    Fields of The Nephilim
    My Dying Bride
  3. Rising Stars:
    South of Salem
    Florence Black
    Screaming Eagles
    Red Rum
  4. NWOBHM:
    Tygers of Pan Tang (collected by Rob Weir)
    Diamond Head
  5. Young Blood:
    The Howling Tides
    The Meffs
    Revival Black
  6. Best British Vocalist:
    Ginger Wildheart
    Dante Gizzi
    Rob Wylde
  7. Blues Lord:
    Bernie Marsden
    Chantel McGregor
    Dr Feelgood
    Ten Years After
  8. Impact Award
    Enquire Within
    Those Damn Crows
    Verity White
    Chantel McGregor
  9. The Steve Strange Molnir Award (voted by HRH HQ)
    Phil Mogg
  10. HRH Legend Award (voted by HRH HQ)
    Arthur Brown

📸 Photographs by HRH Official Photographer Si Dunkerley