Hollywood Records; Stephanie PistelThe 2015 Q Awards, held Monday at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, and two of the honorees happened to have drummers with the exact same names — Queen and Duran Duran. Queen was presented with the Q Classic Single prize for the band’s 1975 smash “Bohemian Rhapsody,” while Duran Duran was named Q Icon.

Queen’s Roger Taylor was on hand to accept the Classic Single honor, while founding and current Duran Duran members Simon LeBon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor and, yes, Roger Taylor all were in attendance to pick up their Icon award.

The ceremony is organized by the respected U.K. music magazine Q, which hasn’t always been a big supporter of Duran Duran, having panned some of the influential New Wave act’s 1990s albums.

“I don’t think it matters,” Rhodes told BBC News with regard to the magazine’s negative critiques. “If someone gives us a bad review, I always think that’s a reason to carry on and make another record, just to annoy the hell out of them.”

Le Bon added, “If they phone you up and say, ‘What do you want, a good review or the icon award?’ we go, ‘we’ll take the award, thank you very much.'”

Other winners at the ceremony included synth-pop pioneer Gary Numan, who received the Innovation in Sound award; New Order, who were presented with the Q Outstanding Contribution to Music prize; and Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, who was honored with the Gibson Les Paul Award.

Pop legend Tom Jones also took part in the ceremony, presenting the Q Best New Act award to singer/songwriter James Bay.

You can check out the full list of 2015 Q Awards winners at QtheMusic.com, while coverage of the ceremony has been posted at the magazine’s official Twitter feed.

Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.