Gary Barlow is to be celebrated with an honorary award voted for by influential people from the music business.
The singer-songwriter will be the recipient of the annual Music Industry Trusts Award with a charity dinner to recognise his contribution over the past two decades.
It comes after Barlow and Take That bandmates Howard Donald and Mark Owen were named by a newspaper last month as having invested in a legal scheme to avoid tax.
Jools Holland won last year's Music Industry Trusts Award, while previous winners have included Sir Elton John, Sir Tom Jones and Kylie Minogue.
The 21st annual dinner for the award ceremony will take place on November 5 and benefit music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins and the Brit Trust.
David Munns, chairman of the award committee, said of Barlow: "He is one of the UK's most accomplished artists - a unique musician, songwriter and producer who embodies both success and distinction, and who serves as a dedicated ambassador for many charities.
"I can't think of another artist who works with both Simon Cowell and Her Majesty The Queen."
Gary Barlow organised a huge concert outside Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and went on to be given an OBE in the Birthday Honours.
The X Factor judge also co-wrote and co-ordinated the recording of a chart-topping Jubilee song, called Sing.