James Morrison wins BRIT for British Male Solo Artist

Plus the International Male Solo Artist goes to Justin Timberlake

James Morrison has won the British Male Solo Artist prize at tonight’s (February 14) BRIT Awards in London.

The British Male Solo Artist award was presented by Joss Stone at the Earl’s Court ceremony.

Collecting the prize Morrison dedicated it to “all the singer-songwriters still playing in pubs”.


The nominees were:

James Morrison

Jarvis Cocker


Paolo Nutini

Thom Yorke


Justin Timberlake took the International Male Solo Artist but due to his tour was unable to attend the ceremony.

The nominees were:


Bob Dylan

Damien Rice

Jack Johnson

Justin Timberlake

To see the full winners of this year’s awards which saw Arctic Monkeys and The Killers lead the way just click on the links below:

British Live Act

British And International Breakthrough

British and International Male Solo

British and International Female Solo

British Group

International Album

International Group

British Single

British Album


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