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BMI Congratulates its 2018 GRAMMY Nominees

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From News, posted 11.28.17 BMI is very proud to congratulate our many talented affiliates on their prestigious GRAMMY nominations, which were announced this morning by the Recording Academy. The 60th GRAMMY Awards, to be held in Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday, January 28, 2018, will salute a wide array of… Read more...


BMI Gets Into the Act With Unforgettable Performances and Not-to-Be-Missed Events at SXSW

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From News, posted 2.23.16 BMI songwriters are ready to blow the doors off venues at SXSW with the return of BMI’s renowned indie rock and Latin showcases, unstoppable acts at Lambert’s Day Party, welcoming and farewell performances at the Austin airport, and a very special performance by the one and only Iggy Pop! In… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Highly Suspect

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From News, posted 3.05.14 For only three people, East Coast rock and rollers Highly Suspect sure make a lot of noise. What started for childhood friends Johnny Stevens and Rich and Ryan Meyer as a casual cover band quickly morphed into something so much more when the group discovered a knack for songwriting. Since… Read more...


GRAMMY Nods Showcase Depth of BMI Roster

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From News, posted 1.16.14 The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards are less than two weeks away and the dozens of BMI affiliates nominated are well positioned for a huge evening. Rapidly ascendant newcomers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis snagged an impressive seven nods, including  Album of the Year for The Heist, Song of the Year and… Read more...


Veterans Them Crooked Vultures Wield a New Fang

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From MusicWorld, posted 2.09.10 Music fans have always guarded their album collections, and more importantly, their approval, closely. But with a lineup that reads more as a “who’s who” among veteran rock gods than it does a standard album credit listing, if any fans gave a solemn nod of approval without even hearing a… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Mini Mansions

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From News, posted 2.01.10 Mini Mansions are a three-piece psych pop band from Los Angeles—featuring Michael Shuman from Queens of the Stone Age, Tyler Parkford and Zach Dawes —who serve a mix of baroque-pop requiems, Motown eulogies, and Mersey-era break beats. Let’s just say it’s like The Zombies playing at ODB’s funeral. In addition… Read more...


Mastodon

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.18.07 Concept albums aren’t just for nostalgic ’70s lava-lamp owners, as recent releases by such diverse acts as Green Day and The Mars Volta have proved. And still more new life is being breathed into the model by Atlanta-based quartet Mastodon. New album Blood Mountain (Reprise) tells of… Read more...


God or Julie

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From MusicWorld, posted 7.14.06 Some rock ‘n’ roll families snort up mountains of blow and fookin’ belittle each other in every interview. Some rock ‘n’ roll families outgrow their evangelical heritage and nail every aspiring model on either side of the Atlantic. Other rock ‘n’ roll families freak out when they share rehearsal space… Read more...


‘Honor’ Shows Foo Fighters at Their Finest

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From MusicWorld, posted 6.02.06 The Foo Fighters‘ career has been, as even its members concede, an unlikely one. Starting out with a handful of self-recorded demos never meant for release, former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl has grown the group into one of rock’s most energizing and accessible acts, scoring Best Rock Album Grammys for… Read more...


Eagles of Death Metal

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From MusicWorld, posted 5.18.06 It seems that with each change of season, a member of Queens of the Stone Age is issuing a new album by one of their many side projects. 2004 saw the release of the debut full-length by The Eagles of Death Metal, Peace, Love Death Metal. The group’s chief contributors… Read more...


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