News: 2006

49th GRAMMY Nominees Announced

Nominations for the 49th Annual GRAMMY Awards were announced by The Recording Academy, reflecting a year in which multiple genres were represented in top categories, new up-and-comers were nominated alongside established artists and a diverse array of producers and other creative professionals garnered multiple nominations. The 49th Annual GRAMMY Awards…

Dec 21

Atlantic Records Founder Ahmet Ertegun Dies

Ahmet Ertegun, the founder of Atlantic Records who helped shape the careers of Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and many others, died Dec. 14 at the age of 83.
Ertegun, who remained connected to the music scene until his last days, had been in…

Dec 21

BMI Movie Music Tops Golden Globe Nominees List

Movie music from celebrated BMI film composers and pop songwriters made the list of nominees for the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Dec. 14 in Los Angeles. Winners will be announced during the live NBC broadcast Jan. 15, 2007, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Dec 21

Dylan’s ‘Modern Times’ Wins Billboard’s Critics Poll

Bob Dylan’s “Modern Times” (Columbia) has won the 2006 Billboard Critics’ Choice poll, which rounds up top 10 lists from 48 of the magazine’s staff and freelance writers. Dylan was mentioned on a leading eight lists, including one No. 1 and three No. 2 finishes.
Full story here:…

Dec 20

Billboard MECCA at CTIA

This one-day event at CTIA Wireless 2007 encompasses the current state of mobile entertainment and what the future might hold. Guided by Billboard’s global editorial team, CTIA and industry experts, attendees will discover how they can participate in- and profit from- the mobile entertainment revolution. Learn from and network with…

Dec 18

Pete Carpenter Fellowship Seeks Aspiring Film Composers

The BMI Foundation has announced the opening of the 19th Annual Pete Carpenter Fellowship for aspiring film composers under the age of 35. The Fellowship was established by the Foundation and Mr. Carpenter’s family, colleagues and friends, to honor the late co-composer of television themes and scores including The A-Team,…

Dec 12

U.K. Hall Of Fame Fetes SHOF Music Legends

SHOF Inductees Brian Wilson and James Brown, along with Prince, Bon Jovi, Dusty Springfield, Led Zeppelin and Rod Stewart were welcomed Nov. 14 into the U.K. Music Hall of Fame. A supergroup was assembled, performing a slew of hits from the Beatles’ seminal 1969 album Abbey Road. The group included…

Dec 12

SHOF Inductee Jimmy Webb Among Top Honorees At 2006 ASCAP Country Music Awards

ASCAP honored some of the world’s finest songwriters of the most performed country songs of the past year during the 44th Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards. A highlight of the evening included a special tribute to ASCAP Voice of Music Award honoree, and SHOF Inductee, Jimmy Webb. Co-hosted by SHOF…

Dec 12

2007 Nominee Merle Haggard Saluted As BMI Icon At 54TH Annual Country Awards

With a celebrity attendance that included SHOF Inductees Kris Kristofferson and Steve Cropper, BMI’s country awards tradition turned a healthy 54 years old this year as the BMI Country Awards were held Saturday, Nov. 4. BMI President/CEO and SHOF Board member Del Bryant co-hosted the black-tie ceremony and presented Certificates…

Dec 12

New Musicals Sought For ASCAP Foundation/Disney Musical Theater Workshop In Los Angeles

As part of its continuing commitment to nurture new American musicals, The ASCAP Foundation is seeking new musicals for the 12th annual ASCAP Foundation/Disney Musical Theatre Workshop in Los Angeles. Serving once more as artistic director for the workshop is Oscar and Grammy-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz whose credits include the…

Dec 11

SHOF Inductee Marvin Hamlisch Honored At ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers Awards

The ASCAP Foundation is honoring composer Marvin Hamlisch with the Richard Rodgers Award during its 11th Annual Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, December 6, 2006 at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Marvin Hamlisch’s award-winning musical career is marked both by diversity and substance. The recipient of three Academy…

Dec 6

Billboard Music and Money Symposium

March 1st, 2007
DEALS & DEALMAKERS....DRIVING THE INDUSTRY
This one-day event brings together the best minds from the music, legal, financial and Wall Street communities for an in-depth examination of the financial realities with which the music industry is contending. Don’t miss the premier event for…

Dec 1

SHOF Inductees TheStones Roll By U2 For Top Grossing Tour Ever

SHOF Inductees Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, along with their band The Rolling Stones, have re-captured the “top-grossing tour ever” mantle from U2 with their $437 million A Bigger Bang trek, and tour producer Michael Cohl indicates they may pad that record.

From March 28, 2005, to March…

Nov 27

MySpace to Launch Enhanced Copyright Protection Tool

MySpace.com, the world’s leading lifestyle portal, announced plans to launch a new tool for copyright holders that makes it even easier and faster to remove content they allege is unauthorized. The tool is being tested with FOX and MLB Advanced Media and will be expanded to include other verified copyright…

Nov 27

What Is Ailing Pop Music? Depends Whom You Ask

Maybe you’ve seen the trailer. A guy in a cheap suit jacket, brandishing a big microphone, approaches some unsuspecting young women after a concert. He is making a documentary, allegedly. His manner is naïve, but the questions he asks are plainly insulting. Still, the women are kind enough to play…

Nov 20

Clear Channel accepts $19B deal

Clear Channel, the No. 1 U.S. radio station operator, said on Thursday it would be acquired by private equity firms Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain Capital and the company’s founding Mays family for nearly $19 billion.
Clear Channel, which operates 1,100 radio stations, is selling at a time…

Nov 17

SESAC Writers On The Storm Showcase, November 28th

SESAC is hosting another Writers On The Storm showcase in NYC on November 28th.  Don’t miss it! 
7 – 9 PM
ROCKWOOD MUSIC HALL
196 Allen Street
Between East Houston and Stanton
New York City 10002
212.477.4155

Nov 17

Exciting New Podcast Feature Added To SHOF Today!

In yet another effort to promote our talented membership, we at SHOF and NAPM have announced an exciting new feature for our already comprehensive website, SHOF Today. The first in a series of Podcasts is being added, featuring songs from those up-and-coming members who have previously been showcased and included…

Nov 13

SHOF Inductee Joni Mitchell Honored By The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame / Le Panthéon des Auteurs et Compositeurs Canadiens (CSHF/PACC) today announced its 2007 inductees, which include four influential songwriters, 25 timeless songs and two Legacy Award recipients. The 2007 inductees, including celebrated folk icon Joni Mitchell and the illustrious Quebec performer Jean-Pierre Ferland, will…

Nov 13

Brooks & Dunn, Carrie Underwood Win Big at 40th Annual CMA Awards

Big wins for powerhouse pair Brooks & Dunn, explosive newcomer Carrie Underwood, fan and critical favorite Keith Urban, and multiplatinum-selling Rascal Flatts dominated the 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards, held Nov. 6 in Nashville. The ceremony, which took place downtown at Gaylord Entertainment Center, featured a slew of live…

Nov 8

Billboard Touring Conference & Awards

NOVEMBER 8-9, 2006
THE ROOSEVELT HOTEL, NYC
Unique programming informs and educates promoters, agents, managers, venues, sponsors, production professionals, merchandising companies, ticket agents and other touring-related businesses about the industry’s latest opportunities and current challenges. Touring attendees are the elite industry players, including established concert industry…

Nov 7

Kazaa settles with music publishers

The music publishing industry has reached a tentative deal with operators of the Kazaa file-sharing network over claims of copyright infringement. Publishers pursuing a class-action suit against Kazaa informed U.S. District Court on Monday that the peer-to-peer network had agreed to pay “a substantial sum” under the agreement, the National…

Nov 7

MySpace to block illegal use of copyrighted music

News Corp.’s MySpace.com on Monday said it had licensed a new technology to stop users from posting unauthorized copyrighted music on the social networking Web site and oust frequent violators of its policy. The move comes amid pressure from major studios and record labels against popular online sites like MySpace…

Nov 7

Seventh Annual CMT/NSAI Song Contest

Deadline: November 30: Grab your pens and get your picks – the 7th Annual CMT/NSAI Song Contest kicked off August 1, 2006! You could win a mentoring session with award-winning songwriter John Rich of Big & Rich, along with many other great prizes! All entries must be postmarked by November…

Nov 6

International Songwriting Competition

Deadline: November 17

Please Note: The entry deadline has been extended to November 17, 2006.
The 2006 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is now accepting entries. ISC gives away over $150,000 in cash and prizes, including an overall Grand Prize package of $25,000 (US) in cash and…

Nov 3

Shakira leads Latin Grammys

Colombian singer Shakira was the big winner at the Latin Grammy Awards, taking home four accolades at the November 2nd event. Reggaeton group Calle 13 took home three awards - Best New Artist, Best Urban Music Album for their eponymous named disc and Best Short Music Video for Atrevete Te,…

Nov 3

Shof Inductee Bob Dylan Reaches The Top Of The Pop Albums Chart

Bob Dylan reached the top of the U.S. pop albums chart for the first time in 30 years, becoming the oldest living person to launch a new disc at No. 1.The 65-year-old rock poet’s latest album, “Modern Times,” sold 192,000 copies in the week ended September 3, his best sales…

Nov 3

What’s The Download Survival Guide Unveiled

In a call-to-action to ensure the survival of music in the new digital realm, the What’s The Download Interactive Advisory Board (WTDIAB) unveiled the What’s The Download Music Survival Guide at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City. The guide is the first-of-its-kind to be written from the viewpoint…

Nov 3

CMJ Music Marathon: New York

Date: Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Description: October 31 - November 4. More than 100,000 music professionals, artists and fans converge on New York City every year for CMJ Music Marathon. In addition to keynote speakers and an exhibition area with a live performance stage,…

Oct 31

Tony Honors: New York

Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Description: The BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop will be awarded the 2006 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre at Tavern on the Green. 

Oct 24

7th Annual CMT/NSAI Song Contest

Deadline: November 30

Grab your pens and get your picks – the 7 th Annual CMT/NSAI Song Contest kicks off August 1, 2006! You could win a mentoring session with award-winning ASCAP songwriter John Rich of Big & Rich!

Plus. . .

A Single-Song…

Oct 10

International Songwriting Competition

Deadline: October 16

The 2006 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is now accepting entries. ISC gives away over $150,000 in cash and prizes, including an overall Grand Prize package of $25,000 (US) in cash and $20,000 in merchandise, unmatched by any other songwriting competition. ISC winners benefit from extensive…

Oct 10

NY Songwriters Circle 2006 Songwriters Contest

The New York Songwriter’s Circle will be holding it’s first annual songwriting contest, which ASCAP is proud to sponsor. The purpose of the Songwriter’s Circle contest is akin to what the Circle has always represented: Offering recognition and support to the best unsigned songwriters as well as bringing together people…

Oct 10

2007 SHOF Nominees Announced

Over the past three-and-a-half decades, SHOF has come to represent the legacy of the great popular song in all its richness and variety. The honor roll of inductees spans distinctions of gender, race, and musical genre, and includes music creators as diverse as Dorothy Fields, Hank Williams, Henry Mancini, Otis…

Oct 2

Fall Songwriter Workshops

Fall classes will begin the week of October 2nd.  A new workshop, The Songwriter in the Recording Studio, conducted by producer/songwriter Peter Bliss, will be sponsored, along with Lorraine Ferro’s advanced and master songwriting classes and Marcy Drexler’s music business course.  If you would like to be mailed applications for…

Oct 2

59th New Writers Showcase

This event will take place at The Cutting Room, 19 West 24th Street (between Broadway & Sixth Avenue) and will feature live performances of original songs written by NAPM songwriters Celia Chavez, Elizabeth Ziman (Elizabeth and the Catapult), Matt Kanelos, Benji Rogers (Marwood), Tiffany Randol, Athena Reich, Brianna Sage, Theresa…

Sep 21

Open Mic on Monday, September 18th

The next SHOF/NAPM Open Mic will take place on Monday, September 18th, at Makor, 35 West 67th Street (between Central Park West & Columbus Avenue).  This event is one in a series of Open MIcs that are held on the first & third Mondays of every month this year (excluding…

Aug 23

JERSEY BOYS WINS TONY AWARDS

The hit Broadway show, Jersey Boys, which features the original lyrics and music of SHOF inductees Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio, received four Tony Awards on June 11th, including Best Musical and Best Lead Actor (John Lloyd Young).  The musical, which covers the career of pop legends Frankie Valli &…

Aug 11

Jimmy Webb Honored

The National Music Publishers’ Association honored SHOF inductee and 2003 Johnny Mercer Award recipient Jimmy Webb with the 2006 Influential Songwriter Award, which was presented to him at the NMPA’s annual meeting at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.

Aug 11

Open Mic on August 21st

The next SHOF Open Mic will be held on Monday, August 21st, at Makor, 35 West 67th Street between Central Park & Columbus.  This is one in a series of Open Mics that take place on the first & third Mondays of each month (excluding September 4th & October 2nd). …

Aug 8

Open Mic on August 21st

The next SHOF Open Mic will take place on Monday, August 21st, at Makor, 35 West 67th Street between Central Park West & Columbus Avenue.  This is one in a series of Open Mics that take place the first & third Mondays of each month (excluding September 4th & October…

Aug 8

BMI Contemporary Professional Songwriting Workshop

The six-week workshop is taught by renowned BMI songwriter Billy Sideman and is designed to help writers hone their skills by focusing on lyric writing, music theory and arranging/production techniques in contemporary songwriting. The class will feature constructive feedback, stimulating assignments and literature developed especially for the BMI Songwriting Workshop.…

Jul 26

BMI Contemporary Professional Songwriting Workshop

The six-week workshop is taught by renowned BMI songwriter Billy Sideman and is designed to help writers hone their skills by focusing on lyric writing, music theory and arranging/production techniques in contemporary songwriting. The class will feature constructive feedback, stimulating assignments and literature developed especially for the BMI Songwriting Workshop.…

Jul 19

Open Mic on Monday, August 21st

The next SHOF Open Mic will be held on Monday, August 21st, at Makor, 35 West 67th Street (between Central Park West & Columbus Avenue).  This is one in a series of Open Mics that takes place on the first & third Monday of each month (excluding September 4th &…

Jul 18

Open Mic on July 17

The next SHOF Open Mic will take place on Monday, July 17. The series started in mid-April. SHOF will co-sponsor the Open Mics with One Vision at Makor, 35 West 67th Street, in Manhattan, every first and third Monday of the month, with the exception of July 3rd, September 4th…

Jul 17

BMI Songwriters Workshop w/Jason Blume

Held each month from 12:30 to 4:30pm in the BMI Nashville office, the Songwriters Workshop with Jason Blume is open to all songwriters who are serious about and committed to successful commercial songwriting. This month’s topic: creating melodies listeners can’t forget. There is no cost to attend; seating is limited…

Jul 11

BMI Contemporary Professional Songwriting Workshop

The six-week workshop is taught by renowned BMI songwriter Billy Sideman and is designed to help writers hone their skills by focusing on lyric writing, music theory and arranging/production techniques in contemporary songwriting. The class will feature constructive feedback, stimulating assignments and literature developed especially for the BMI Songwriting Workshop.…

Jun 28

58th New Writer Showcase

This exciting event took place at The Cutting Room on Thursday June 22nd to a standing-room-only crowd and featured live performances of original songs written & performed by nine NAPM songwriters/artists—Foxtrot November, Lizzy Grant, Traciana Graves, Kristin Hoffmann, Jodelle, James Katz, La Petite Jacqueline, Josh Max & Brea Tremblay. The…

Jun 26

Fall Songwriter Workshops

Our Fall 2006 classes are scheduled to begin the week of October 2nd. A new workshop, The Songwriter in the Recording Studio, conducted by producer/songwriter Peter Bliss, will be sponsored, along with Lorraine Ferro’s advanced and master songwriting classes and Marcy Drexler’s music business course.  If you would like to…

Jun 25

New Writer Showcases

Our 58th New Writers Showcase took place on Thursday, June 22nd, at The Cutting Room, 19 West 24th Street, in Manhattan.  NAPM songwriters/artists Foxtrot November, Lizzy Grant, Traciana Graves, Kristin Hoffmann, Jodelle, James Katz, La Petite Jacqueline, Josh Max and Brea Tremblay each performed two of their original songs.  Our…

Jun 22

SHOF Inductees Kick Off Summer Tours

Branching off from his rock and roll roots, Bruce Springsteen commenced his current tour with songs made famous by folk musician and SHOF inductee Pete Seeger.  Backed by an 18-piece band, Springsteen played folk tunes, including We Shall Overcome, an anthem of the U.S. civil rights movement, and Bring Them…

Jun 22

Van Morrison Re-Releases Country Covers Album

On June 27th, SHOF inductee Van Morrison will release a special edition disc of his album, Pay the Devil.  Along with the original tracks, a five-track DVD of Morrison’s March 7th performance at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and concert photos will be included.  The original Pay the Devil debuted at #26…

Jun 22

SHOF Inductees Honored At Ivor Awards

The legendary songwriting and producing team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff received The Special International Award and veteran pop siblings the Bee Gees received The Academy Fellowship at the 51st Ivor Novello Awards for Songwriters.  The British Academy of Composers & Songwriters presented the awards during a gala on…

Jun 22

Rhythm & Blues Foundation Awards

2006 SHOF Inductee Thom Bell, late inductee Otis Redding, and Berry Gordy, recipient of SHOF’s 2003 Abe Olman Publisher Award and the 1998 Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award, will be among those honored in Philadelphia on June 29th at the 14th Rhythm & Blues Foundation Pioneer Awards.  Hosted by 2005…

Jun 22

Clapton Sets Up Fall U.S. Tour

Eric Clapton will follow his sold-out European tour with a North American run this fall, beginning September 16th in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Highlights of the 14-country sold-out European tour include a seven-night stand at London’s Royal Albert Hall and a historic show in Moscow’s Red Square.

Jun 22

Bob Dylan, Forever Young, Now 65

Bob Dylan’s 65th birthday (May 24) was celebrated around the world.  A new compilation book (Bob Dylan: The Essential Interviews, edited by Jonathan Cott) of Dylan interviews was published, radio stations from Norway to Australia aired salutes and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame mounted a special exhibit.

Jun 22

Open Mic on June 19

The SHOF Open Mic will take place on Monday, June 19. The series started Monday, April 17th. SHOF will co-sponsor the Open Mics at Makor, 35 West 67th Street, in Manhattan, every first and third Monday of the month—with the exception of July 3rd, September 4th and October 2nd.  Sign…

Jun 19

2006 Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony a Huge Success

The Stars and Songwriting Community Come Out to Honor This Year’s Inductees - Thom Bell, Mac Davis, Will Jennings, Sylvia Moy And Henry Cosby - and Honorees Kris Kristofferson, John Mayer, Peter Paul & Mary and Allen Klein

NEW YORK, N.Y. – JUNE 16, 2006 - The 2006…

Jun 15

2006 SHOF Inductees & Honorees Announced

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Thom Bell, Mac Davis, Will Jennings, Sylvia Moy and Henry Cosby will be inducted into the 37th annual Induction and awards ceremony of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, which will be held on Thursday June 15, 2006 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.

Jun 6

Open Mic on July 17

The SHOF Open Mic will take place on Monday, July 17. The series started Monday, April 17th. SHOF will co-sponsor the Open Mics at Makor, 35 West 67th Street, in Manhattan, every first and third Monday of the month—with the exception of July 3rd, September 4th and October 2nd.  Sign…

Jun 5

About SHOF Events

In an important facet of the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s activity, the art of popular music is nurtured through the sponsorship of workshops, showcases, network meetings and open mics that have been developed, produced and administered by SHOF Projects Director Bob Leone. The late great SHOF President Emeritus Sammy Cahn…

May 21

SHOF Workshops

SHOF offered its very first series of songwriter workshops in January 1989. Since then, we have sponsored 266 ten-week courses (ranging from beginner through master levels) and processed over 3,300 student registrations. Several workshops are available during each quarter (except summer).

AVAILABLE WORKSHOPS INCLUDE:

MASTERING THE MUSIC…

May 21

SHOF Showcases

SHOF has also sponsored 58 critically-acclaimed standing-room-only showcases. These are held four times a year—in March, June, September and November. Each time, nine songwriters are selected from hundreds of submissions to perform two original songs. Many of the artists we have featured have subsequently garnered recording and production deals, publishing…

May 21

About SHOF Events

In an important facet of the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s activity, the art of popular music is nurtured through the sponsorship of workshops, showcases, network meetings and open mics that have been developed, produced and administered by SHOF Projects Director Bob Leone. The late great SHOF President Emeritus Sammy Cahn…

May 21

Legal Panel

Overview of the Legal & Practical Aspects of the NEW Recording Industry with Dina LaPolt, Beverly Garland Hotel, Los Angeles. (818-769-7007)

http://narip.com

May 16

Spring Songwriter Workshops

Our Spring 2006 classes are scheduled to begin the week of April 24th. A new workshop, The Songwriter in the Recording Studio, conducted by producer/songwriter Peter Bliss, will be sponsored, along with Lorraine Ferro’s craft classes and Marcy Drexler’s music business course.  If you would like to be mailed applications…

May 14

2006 SHOF Inductees Announced

Thom Bell, Mac Davis, Will Jennings, Sylvia Moy and Henry Cosby will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame this year, SHOF Chairman/CEO Hal David announced in a statement today. The organization, which is dedicated to recognizing the work and lives of those composers and lyricists who create popular…

May 14

Bernie Taupin Wins Golden Globe

SHOF inductee and lyricist Bernie Taupin, best known for his many hits with fellow inductee Elton John, won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture at the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards.  Taupin wrote lyrics for the winning song, “A Love That Will Never Grow Old,”…

May 10

Billy Joel Honored

The ASCAP Foundation Inaugural Champion Award in Music Education was presented to SHOF inductee Billy Joel at the 10th Annual ASCAP Foundation Reception in New York.  The event marked the 30th anniversary of The ASCAP Foundation and honored a wide variety of scholarship and award recipients, all of whom benefit…

May 10

Sir Tim Rice

A recent email from SHOF inductee Sir Tim Rice informs us that a new production of Evita will open in London’s West End this June.  In the meantime, he works on bringing his collaboration with Alan Menken, King David, to its first theatrical presentation.  Sir Tim’s first show with fellow…

May 10

More For Les

Les Paul, SHOF’s 2005 recipient of the Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award, won two Grammies for his Les Paul and Friends CD, which was co-produced by Bob Cutarella (also awarded two Grammies), who was a popular NAPM songwriting workshop instructor for many years.  Paul, who turned 90 the day he…

May 10

Her First Roman

Members of the Metropolitan Opera performed songs from SHOF inductee and vice chairman Ervin Drake’s musical, Her First Roman, at the Library of the Performing Arts in Lincoln Center as part of a series of works by George Bernard Shaw.  Drake also addressed the audience on his reasons for having…

May 10

Open Mic

The SHOF Open Mic will take place on Monday, May 1. The series started Monday, April 17th. SHOF will co-sponsor the Open Mics at Makor, 35 West 67th Street, in Manhattan, every first and third Monday of the month—with the exception of July 3rd, September 4th and October 2nd.  Sign…

May 1

Open Mic

Starting Monday, April 17th. SHOF will co-sponsor Open Mics at Makor, 35 West 67th Street, in Manhattan, every first and third Monday of the month—with the exception of July 3rd, September 4th and October 2nd.  Sign ups begin at 6:30 PM.  Performances will run from 7:00 through 9:30 PM with…

Apr 17

57th New Writers Showcase

The 57th & most recent New Writers Showcase took place at The Cutting Room on March 23rd.  Over 200 people, including many industry professionals, attended to hear eight NAPM singer/songwriters chosen from over 150 submissions.

Seen at the show are (back row, l-r) Annie Fitzgerald, producer/host Bob Leone,…

Mar 23

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