Liam Gallagher, Lewis Capaldi and Simple Minds were among the stars honoured at the Specsavers Scottish Music Awards.
This year’s ceremony, held at Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket and hosted by Edith Bowman, saw performances from Twin Atlantic, Tom Walker and The Red Hot Chilli Pipers.
The awards have been held for over 20 years and raise money for charity Nordoff Robbins, which provides music therapy to vulnerable and isolated people.
Capaldi made an appearance at the ceremony via videolink and was honoured with the Song Writing Award. The young singer-songwriter from Bathgate was recently nominated for a Grammy.
Oasis legend Gallagher won the Best UK Artist Award and sent a personalised video message.
Dundee singer-songwriter Be Charlotte won the Evolution Award, while Tom Walker picked up his second Scottish Music Award for Best Album.
Jake Duncan won the Music Business prize, while this year’s Scottish Album of the Year winner Auntie Flo collected Sub Club’s Electronic Music Award.