Jimmy Page will be awarded the O2 Silver Clef Award at the upcoming Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards on Friday 4th July at the London Hilton.Founding member of British rock sensation Led Zeppelin in the late 1960s, Jimmy Page is unquestionably one of rock’s most important, influential and versatile guitarists and songwriters.Jimmy Page said: “A big thank you to Nordoff Robbins and everyone involved in awarding me the Silver Clef Award.”Nuala Donnelly, Sponsorship O2 said: “It’s a real honour to have Jimmy Page accept the O2 Silver Clef Award this year. There is no doubt that his support for the charity back in 1990 helped to raise the profile of the outstanding work that Nordoff Robbins do and it is a pleasure to be recognising such a huge talent and bonafide music legend.”CAA’s Emma Banks is Chairman of the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Committee. Emma said: “Ask anyone ‘Who is the greatest guitar player of all time?’ and it wouldn’t take long before you hear the name Jimmy Page. Truly a legend, we are deeply honoured that Mr Jimmy Page will join us to receive the O2 Silver Clef Award.”Also just announced is the music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins will present Black Sabbath with the AEG Live Ambassadors of Rock Award at the 2014 O2 Silver Clef Awards.After almost 44 years and 75 million albums sold worldwide the band continues to be as vital as ever. Black Sabbath is currently finishing up a 16 month sold-out world tour which concludes this summer when the band headlines Hyde Park for the very first time, the same stage that fellow rock legends The Rolling Stones presided over for two historic gigs last year.The Hyde Park gig, Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park, takes place immediately after the Silver Clef Awards – just across the road from the London Hilton on Park Lane.Ozzy Osbourne said: “Winning the Ambassadors of Rock award from Nordoff Robbins is a huge honour. Music is our life, and we couldn’t live without it. The world can’t survive without music and this is a very special charity that brings music to everyone. There are a lot of talented people already being honoured at the awards and we are looking forward to celebrating with them at the O2 Silver Clefs this summer.”Tom Miserendino, President & CEO, AEG Europe says: “We are extremely proud to be sponsoring this award which highlights the massive impact Black Sabbath has had on the music world. Starting in Birmingham and going on to conquer the world, the band really are great ambassadors for the music industry. We are equally excited about them taking over Hyde Park later the same evening following their triumphant return to live gigs last year.” CAA’s Emma Banks is Chairman of the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Committee. Emma said: “Black Sabbath are still at the top of their game after a long, illustrious and occasionally controversial career. Selling out arenas all over the globe, they really are Rock Gods!”Also being honored at the event are Pharrell Williams, Paloma Faith, Giorgio Moroder, Tom Jones, Laura Mvula, Chas and Dave, and Gareth Malone.More info and tickets can be found here.