Photo: Jimmy KingDavid Bowie continues to be showered with accolades thanks to his 2013 album, The Next Day. The influential rocker has racked up the more nominations than any other artist for this year's Q Awards, handed out annually by the prestigious U.K. music magazine Q.
Bowie will vie for honors in six categories at the ceremony, which will take place October 21 in London. The 66-year-old singer's new record is among the nominees for the Best Album prize, while his song "Where Are We Now?" is up for Best Track, and the video for his tune "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" received a Best Video nod. Bowie also has been nominated for the Best Solo Artist and Best Act in the World Today honors. Lastly, the recently-closed exhibit focusing on Bowie at London's Victoria & Albert Museum is in the running for the Best Event award.
Other acts garnering multiple nominations for 2013 Q Awards include such younger artists as Arctic Monkeys, Daft Punk, Vampire Weekend, Foals and Jake Bugg. The only Bowie contemporaries to receive nods in any category this year were The Rolling Stones and Kraftwerk, whose respective performances in Hyde Park and at the Tate Modern are vying for the Best Event prize.
You can vote for your favorites now at QtheMusic.com/QAwards2013.
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