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BMI Provides the Entertainment at Gathering of Local Broadcasters

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From News, posted 10.09.17 BMI made the trip to Deadwood, South Dakota recently (10/3) to help the International Idea Bank close out its 2017 Fall Conference with a performance by BMI Indie singer-songwriter Amie Miriello. The annual gathering of radio executives from across the country is designed to help station owners and operators exchange… Read more...


Tatiana Klauss

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.20.07 On a recent jaunt to New York City to perform at the famous world music club S.O.B’s, Tatiana Klauss wowed the Manhattan audience with her powerful pipes, hook-rich songs and hard-rocking stage moves. Even the jaded New York critics were impressed; at a mere 17 years of age, Tatiana Klauss… Read more...


Courtney Finds Rock in a Hard Place

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.03.04 "They say that rock is dead," sings Courtney Love on "Mono," the first single from her solo bow, the sardonically titled America's Sweetheart (Virgin). "And it's probably true." Still, that doesn't stop this punk diva from refusing to go gently, alternatively swaggering and caterwauling,… Read more...


Mayor of the Sunset Strip

From News, posted 6.24.03 BMI composer Anthony Marinelli scored the music for the documentary "Mayor of the Sunset Strip," based on Los Angeles DJ/rock persona Rodney Bingenheimer, a.k.a. "Rodney on the ROQ." Bingenheimer has reigned over the Los Angeles music scene for over two decades. A constantly evolving fixture as a… Read more...


New Disc Reaffirms Nirvana’s Place in Rock’s Pantheon

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From MusicWorld, posted 1.14.03 The success of the recently released Nirvana compilation, simply titled Nirvana, is merely the latest manifestation of the seminal trio's ongoing influence. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Kurt Cobain's suicide in 1994 simultaneously ended the group's existence and elevated Cobain and the band to mythical status. But, as the new disc demonstrates, Nirvana's posthumous… Read more...