SAY Awards 2016

The Scottish Album of the Year Awards

The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award is a prestigious and exciting arts prize developed by the Scottish Music Industry Association to celebrate, promote and reward the most outstanding albums released by Scottish artists between April 2015 and March 2016.  Inaugurated in partnership with Creative Scotland, The SAY Award promotes a longlist of twenty albums which, in turn, is reduced to a shortlist of ten in advance of the award ceremony when the winner is announced.

The SAY Award is a hugely ambitious arts prize that reflects the cultural importance of music in Scotland, celebrates its links with art and design and rewards the extraordinary wealth of artistic talent we seem to effortlessly produce on an annual basis.

The SAY Award is an SMIA production in partnership with Creative Scotland, Renfrewshire Council & In Good Company Events Ltd,  Paisley For UK City of Culture 2021, TicketWeb and PPL.

Cheryl Galbraith – Position:  Artist Liaison, Say Awards