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Lifehouse’s Jason Wade Comes of Age

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From MusicWorld, posted 2.04.10 Conversationally, Jason Wade is a thoughtful, eloquent guy. At 29, he delivers his words with the kind of self-awareness that one might expect from someone nearing a third decade of life, having survived the perils of personal development in his teens and twenties, emerging on the other side as smart… Read more...


BMI Growth Outpaces U.S. Economy During Century’s First Decade

From News, posted 1.07.10 BMI’s revenues surged by more than 80 percent and royalty distributions increased by almost 90 percent during the first decade of the 21st century, while the overall U.S. economy remained stagnant during that same period, with The Washington Post reporting that gross domestic product increased by less than 20% and… Read more...


Kevin Rudolf’s Heavy Hooks

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.25.09 New York native Kevin Rudolf has two ascending careers. As a hit artist signed to Cash Money/Universal Republic Records, he tours to promote his debut In The City, while he also ricochets between Miami and Los Angeles for songwriting and producing projects. His signature combination of rock and hip-hop reveals… Read more...


Gamble & Huff to be Named BMI Icons at 57th Annual Pop Awards May 19 in Los Angeles

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From News, posted 2.24.09 BMI will honor preeminent production and songwriting team Gamble & Huff as Icons at its 57th annual Pop Awards, slated for Tuesday, May 19 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles. Hosted by BMI President & CEO Del Bryant and BMI Vice President & General Manager, Writer/Publisher Relations, Los… Read more...


The Who Return with `Endless‘ Appeal

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From MusicWorld, posted 6.21.07 It started, most memorably and famously, with a stutter. The title track of The Who’s 1965 debut American album, The Who Sings My Generation, with such stuttered lyrics as “talkin’ ‘bout my g-generation,” introduced one of the most important and revered bands of the 1960s — and one of the… Read more...


Mieka Pauley

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From MusicWorld, posted 4.04.06 Her voice ranges from haunting, delicate beauty to an explosion of shattering, soaring soul. Her lyrics bloom from a place of uncompromising honesty and raw emotion, wise beyond her years. Her roots are the blues, classic soul and R&B, rock, gospel and folk, and the result is a personal brand… Read more...


Mieka Pauley Wins NEMO/Starbucks Songwriter Competition

From News, posted 9.20.05 BMI singer/songwriter Mieka Pauley has been named the grand prize winner of the first ever NEMO/Starbucks Emerging Artist Songwriting Contest. Pauley was chosen from among nine regional finalists who performed three songs each in front of a sold… Read more...


Ingram Hill (Rock &) Rolls By NYC

From News, posted 4.06.04 Memphis-based quartet Ingram Hill was in New York City recently for a show at Irving Plaza, and BMI executives were on hand to greet them. The band's major label debut on Hollywood Records, June's Picture Show, is a follow-up to their self-released EP entitled Until Now.… Read more...


McKeehan/ Franklin Top 34th Annual Dove Nominations

From News, posted 2.03.03 Nominees for the 34th Annual Dove Awards were recently announced at a press conference at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center (1/14), and BMI songwriter/artists led the way in multiple nominations. Toby McKeehan topped the list with nine nods including Artist, Rap/Hip Hop/Dance Song and Modern Rock/Alternative Song. Read more...


Lifehouse Finds a Home at the Top

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.16.02 “My world's upside down/And I wouldn't change a thing,” sings 22-year-old Jason Wade on “Spin,” the first single from his band Lifehouse's sophomore album, Stanley Climbfall (DreamWorks), and you'd think he was talking about the group's dizzying trip to the top of the pop heap. After all,… Read more...


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