1994 Brit Awards

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14th Brit Awards
Date 14 February 1994
Venue Alexandra Palace
Host Elton John and RuPaul

The 1994 Brit Awards were the 14th edition of the biggest annual pop music awards in the United Kingdom. They are run by the British Phonographic Industry and took place on 14 February 1994 at Alexandra Palace in London.

Live performers[edit]

The awards[edit]

The nominee in bold indicates the winner

Award Presented by Nominees
British Male Solo Neneh Cherry Apache Indian * Paul Weller * Rod Stewart * Sting * Van Morrison
International Male Solo Vivienne Westwood Billy Joel * Lenny Kravitz * Meatloaf * Neil Young * Terence Trent D’Arby
British Female Solo Beverley Craven * Dina Carroll * Gabrielle * PJ Harvey * Shara Nelson
International Female Solo Jean Paul Gaultier Björk * Janet Jackson * Mariah Carey * Nanci Griffith * Tina Turner
British Group Paula Yates Jamiroquai * M People * Stereo MCs * Suede * Take That
International Group Kiki Dee Crowded House * Nirvana * Pearl Jam * Spin Doctors * U2
British Breakthrough Tori Amos Apache Indian * Gabrielle * Jamiroquai * Shara Nelson * Suede
International Breakthrough Kylie Minogue Björk * Rage Against the Machine * Spin Doctors * SWV * 4 Non Blondes
British Dance Act Seal Apache Indian * Jamiroquai * M People * Stereo MCs * The Shamen
British Single Steve Wright Take That – "Pray" * Radiohead – “Creep” * Suede – “Animal Nitrate” * Dina Carroll – “Don’t Be a Stranger” * Paul Weller – “Wild Wood”
British Video Pip Nunn Take That – "Pray" * Pet Shop Boys – “Go West” * Depeche Mode – “I Feel You” * David Bowie – “Jump They Say” * Sting – “Fields of Gold
Mastercard British Album Jack Dee Stereo MCsConnected * JamiroquaiEmergency on Planet Earth * Dina CarrollSo Close * SuedeSuede * StingTen Summoner's Tales
Soundtrack Rozalla Reservoir Dogs * Sleepless in Seattle * The Bodyguard * The Jungle Book (1994 film) * What's Love Got to Do with It
British Producer Brian Eno - Flood - M People - Nellee Hooper - Martin Glover

Van Morrison received an award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.