Rhino/Parlophone; Photo: Claire Alexandra Hatfield/ Design: Carol Devine CarsonU.K. magazine NME held its annual NME Awards on Wednesday at London’s O2 Academy Brixton, and the winners included the late David Bowie, Patti Smith and Yoko Ono.

The 2015 Bowie compilation Five Years was awarded the Best Reissue honor, beating out The Rolling StonesSticky Fingers and The Velvet Underground‘s Loaded, among others. Smith’s memoir M Train won the Best Book prize over autobiographies by Elvis Costello, Tom Jones, Grace Jones and others.

Ono, who celebrates her 83rd birthday today, was honored with the NME Inspiration award, which was presented to her by Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore. Moore called Yoko “an activist for peace,” adding, “Her and her husband expressed peace. To say her name is to express happiness.”

In accepting the honor, Ono said, “I’m excited to get this award. I didn’t expect it at all. It’s great to be busy together.”

For a full list of winners, visit NME.com.

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