Razorlight to perform at the NatWest PCA Awards - 16/09/11
British indie rockers Razorlight will provide a 'Golden Touch' when they perform live at the NatWest PCA Awards on Thursday 22 September.
The chart-toppers and Radio 1 DJ Greg James will take to the stage to entertain guests at the Roundhouse, Camden as part of the event, which sees English cricket's players, sponsors and major stakeholders come together to celebrate the domestic season.
Lead singer Johnny Borrell, a self-proclaimed cricket fan and Middlesex member, said: "It's an honour for Razorlight to be invited to perform on a special night for English cricket. I love cricket and it's a great opportunity for us to perform in front of the players, rather than the other way around."
Past performers at the NatWest PCA Awards have included Tom Chaplin from Keane and Scouting for Girls and PCA Commercial Director Johnny Grave added: "Having major music names like Razorlight and Greg James on board is a fantastic way for us to start the after-party once all the player awards have been presented.
"The Roundhouse is an amazing live venue and we're delighted to host the event there this year."
The NatWest PCA Awards are universally supported by the players and celebrate excellence on the field. The ceremony will culminate with presentations to the NatWest PCA Young Player of the Year and NatWest PCA Player of the Year, both awards being voted on by the players themselves.
A list of awards contenders will be forwarded to the media in advance of the event and accreditation for the night is still available.
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