Welsh Music Prize
The Welsh Music Prize is an annual music prize awarded for the best album from Wales, as voted for by members of the music industry. It was founded by music promoter John Rostron and radio presenter Huw Stephens in 2011. It was originally scheduled to take place alongside Sŵn music festival in Cardiff but now takes place later in the year.
Winners and shortlisted nominees
|2010–11||Gruff Rhys – Hotel Shampoo ||
|2011–12||Future of the Left – The Plot Against Common Sense ||
|2012–13||Georgia Ruth – Week of Pines||
|2013–14||Joanna Gruesome – Weird Sister||
|2014–15||Gwenno – Y Dydd Olaf||
|2015–16||Meilyr Jones – 2013||
|2016–17||The Gentle Good – Ruins/Adfeilion||
|2017–18||Boy Azooga – 1, 2, Kung Fu! ||
- Catfish and The Bottlemen, Joanna Gruesome lead Welsh Music Prize nominees
- "Gwenno wins Welsh Music Prize 2015". BBC Wales. 26 November 2015. Retrieved 29 November 2015.