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PJ Harvey awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours list

PJ Harvey awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours list

PJ Harvey has been awarded MBEs on the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

Harvey has been recognised for her services to music, with other names on the list including Adele, actor Tony Robinson, who has received a knighthood, and comedians Rowan Atkinson and Rob Brydon, who received a CBE and an MBE respectively.

PJ Harvey's most recent studio album, Let England Shake, was Uncut's Album Of The Year and won the Mercury Music Prize in 2011. She released her debut album Dry in 1992 followed up by Rid Of Me (1993), To Bring You My Love (1995), Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea (2000) and White Chalk (2007).

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