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27th Annual New York Women in Film and Television's MUSE Awards Luncheon at the New York Hilton - New York City, USA - Thursday 13th December 2007

Alexis Glick and Muse

* KINGS OF LEON, MGMT AND MUSE AMONG EARLY NME PRIZEWINNERS MUSE, KINGS OF LEON and MGMT were the early winners at the Shockwave NME Awards in London on Wednesday night (25Feb09). Muse claimed the Best Live Band prize, Kings of Leon the Best Album award for Only by the Night and MGMT were named Best New Band. Oasis grabbed the pre-event headlines after the Gallagher brothers Liam and Noel and their band snagged seven nominations. They were winless as WENN went to press. But it was a great night for Oasis' former chart rivals Blur, who staged a low-key comeback at the NME Awards, held at London's Brixton Academy, just weeks after announcing reunion tour plans. They weren't the only early live highlight - Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand wowed the NME Awards crowd with a rendition of Blondie's Call Me. The band was joined onstage by colourful singer La Rue. (KL/WN/IG) MGMT Carling Festival Reading - Day One Berkshire, England - 22.08.08

MUSE, Blondie, Blur, Franz Ferdinand, Kings Of Leon and NME

of the rock band Muse, outsite the Ivy restaurant - London, England - Tuesday 31st August 2010

27th Annual New York Women in Film and Television's MUSE Awards Luncheon at the New York Hilton - New York City, USA - Thursday 13th December 2007

Marc Ecko cut & sew Fall/Winter 2010 muse who is the woman behind the mask? unveiling at MILK studio's - New York City, USA - Wednesday 4th August 2010

27th Annual New York Women in Film and Television's MUSE Awards Luncheon at the New York Hilton - New York City, USA - Thursday 13th December 2007

Marc Ecko cut & sew Fall/Winter 2010 muse who is the woman behind the mask? unveiling at MILK studio's - New York City, USA - Wednesday 4th August 2010

* KINGS OF LEON, MGMT AND MUSE AMONG EARLY NME PRIZEWINNERS MUSE, KINGS OF LEON and MGMT were the early winners at the Shockwave NME Awards in London on Wednesday night (25Feb09). Muse claimed the Best Live Band prize, Kings of Leon the Best Album award for Only by the Night and MGMT were named Best New Band. Oasis grabbed the pre-event headlines after the Gallagher brothers Liam and Noel and their band snagged seven nominations. They were winless as WENN went to press. But it was a great night for Oasis' former chart rivals Blur, who staged a low-key comeback at the NME Awards, held at London's Brixton Academy, just weeks after announcing reunion tour plans. They weren't the only early live highlight - Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand wowed the NME Awards crowd with a rendition of Blondie's Call Me. The band was joined onstage by colourful singer La Rue. (KL/WN/IG) Kings Of Leon The 2009 BRIT Awards - Red Carpet Arrivals held at Earls Court London, England - 18.02.09

launches her new fragrance 'Vintage Muse' at Boots, Oxford Street. - London, England - Friday 26th November 2010

27th Annual New York Women in Film and Television's MUSE Awards Luncheon at the New York Hilton - New York City, USA - Thursday 13th December 2007

- Los Angeles, California - Saturday 5th April 2008

Marc Ecko cut & sew Fall/Winter 2010 muse who is the woman behind the mask? unveiling at MILK studio's - New York City, USA - Wednesday 4th August 2010

27th Annual New York Women in Film and Television's MUSE Awards Luncheon at the New York Hilton - New York City, USA - Thursday 13th December 2007

Marc Ecko cut & sew Fall/Winter 2010 muse who is the woman behind the mask? unveiling at MILK studio's - New York City, USA - Wednesday 4th August 2010

* KINGS OF LEON, MGMT AND MUSE AMONG EARLY NME PRIZEWINNERS MUSE, KINGS OF LEON and MGMT were the early winners at the Shockwave NME Awards in London on Wednesday night (25Feb09). Muse claimed the Best Live Band prize, Kings of Leon the Best Album award for Only by the Night and MGMT were named Best New Band. Oasis grabbed the pre-event headlines after the Gallagher brothers Liam and Noel and their band snagged seven nominations. They were winless as WENN went to press. But it was a great night for Oasis' former chart rivals Blur, who staged a low-key comeback at the NME Awards, held at London's Brixton Academy, just weeks after announcing reunion tour plans. They weren't the only early live highlight - Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand wowed the NME Awards crowd with a rendition of Blondie's Call Me. The band was joined onstage by colourful singer La Rue. (KL/WN/IG) MGMT Performing live at Rosklide Festival Roskilde, Denmark - 06.07.08

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