Better Times is the seventh studio album by Australian rock band The Black Sorrows. The album was released in September 1992 and peaked at number 13 on the ARIA Charts, becoming the band's third consecutive top twenty album. In March 1993, the album was re-released with The Revelators' Amazing Stories. Upon re-release, the album peaked at number 14 on the ARIA Chart. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1993, the album earned The Black Sorrows a nomination for ARIA Award for Best Group, losing to "Weather with You" by Crowded House. Joe Camilleri was nominated for Producer of the Year for his work on this album, but lost to Simon Hussey. Pascoe & Gray Design and Eryk Photography were nominated for Best Cover Art for their work on Better Times, but lost to Paul McNeil and Richard All. CD"Better Times" "Come On, Come On" "Ain't Love the Strangest Thing" "A Night Like This" "Too Long Gone" "Stella" "Steps of Time" "Bitter Cup" "Sweet Inspiration" "Storm Wind" "Resurrection" "Better Times" at discogs.com
The BBC Music Awards are the BBC's annual pop music awards, held every December, as a celebration of the musical achievements over the past twelve months. The event is coordinated by BBC Music. An awards ceremony took place for the first three years; the inaugural BBC Music Awards was held on 11 December 2014, broadcast live across BBC One, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2. It was presented by BBC Radio's Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton. Artists who performed during the first awards ceremony included One Direction, will.i.am from The Black Eyed Peas and The Voice UK, George Ezra, Take That, Ella Henderson and Catfish and the Bottlemen. An average audience of 3.9 million watched the ceremony live on BBC One, with a peak audience of 4.7 million at 21:00 GMT. The second BBC Music Awards took place on 10 December 2015. In 2015, the award for Best Live Performance was introduced, given to an artist who delivered a "stand out live moment" on the BBC, it was held in Birmingham at the Genting Arena. The third BBC Music Awards was announced on 28 October.
It took place in London at ExCeL London. Two new awards were introduced, the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Performance of the Year award and the BBC Radio 2 Album of the Year award. On 21 November 2017, the BBC announced that the fourth BBC Music Awards would be scaled-back with no awards ceremony held; the awards were included as part of The Year In Music 2017, a new studio-based BBC Two programme hosted by Claudia Winkleman and Clara Amfo on 8 December. The winners were: Live Performance of the Year – Foo Fighters at Glastonbury Festival Boy Better Know at Glastonbury Festival Chic at Glastonbury Festival Depeche Mode at Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom Katy Perry at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend U2 at The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 Album of the Year – Rag'n'Bone Man, Human Calvin Harris, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 Dua Lipa, Dua Lipa Ed Sheeran, ÷ Stormzy, Gang Signs & Prayer The xx, I See You Artist of the Year – Stormzy Ed Sheeran Harry Styles Kendrick Lamar Lorde Rag'n'Bone Man Official website