Punk idols The Clash are to be given an honorary award to recognise their contribution to the music industry at the Silver Clef Awards next week.
The band, who split almost three decades ago, will be given the main prize - the O2 Silver Clef Award - at the annual event.
Mick Jones, the guitarist and co-frontman of the group whose hits included London Calling and Should I Stay Or Should I Go, said it was a "real honour" to receive the recognition.
David Munns, chairman of music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, explained why Kylie was being honoured.
Kylie Minogue is a legend and also an international treasure.
Her success across the music industry has been meteoric from the start and she is the obvious choice for our unique 25th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Award.
Kylie Minogue is to pick up a special prize at the O2 Silver Clef Awards next week.
The pop princess is celebrating 25 years since her first single.
The event, in aid of music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, is being staged at the London Hilton next Friday.