Sir Elton John and David Furnish will receive a Joint Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of their work in music and charity.
They will receive the Artist and Manager Partnership Award at the Artist & Manager Awards, said the Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) and the Music Managers Forum (MMF).
This honor will celebrate the “remarkable shared successes of Sir Elton and Furnish and their incredible continuing impact on the next generation of artists and audiences”.
The couple, who married in 2014 and have two children, have been praised for their decades of charitable work as well as Sir Elton’s illustrious musical career.
Sir Elton founded the Elton John AIDS Foundation – which raised hundreds of millions of pounds – in 1992.
The organizers of the awards also cited the continued success of the pop superstar’s career and his support for upcoming young artists.
And Sir Elton, 74, and filmmaker Furnish, 58, have been praised for their roles in calling for more support for touring musicians after Brexit.
Paul Craig, President of the Music Managers Forum, said: “On behalf of the MMF, I would also like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to their invaluable advocacy work, and in particular on the issue of post-Brexit tours that will have an impact. on all artists. and where David and Elton both led together.
“For all of these reasons, the MMF and the FAC are more than delighted that both are joining us in person to collect their prizes. ”
The Artist & Manager Awards will take place on November 18.
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