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BMI Composers Add Virtual Magic to Sundance 2021

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From News, posted 1.22.21. Every year, BMI composers add an incredible audio dimension to films screening at the Sundance Film Festival, and this year is no exception. Although the 2021 festival is virtual, they are still adding the magic that only the right music can provide. From Kathyrn Bostic’s dazzling work in two biopics… Read more...


BMI Supports the National Museum of African American Music

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From News, posted 1.22.21. BMI is proud to support the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), which opened in Nashville on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hosting a socially distant ribbon-cutting ceremony with a small number of museum board members, staff, elected officials and community leaders. BMI Executive Director, Creative, Nashville, Shannon Sanders,… Read more...


BMI Mourns the Loss of Iconic Composer Perry Botkin, Jr.

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From News, posted 1.22.21. BMI is saddened by the news that Perry Botkin, Jr., theme composer for the longest running daytime TV series in history, The Young and the Restless, has passed away at the age of 87. During his four-decade career, the GRAMMY-winning Botkin was also responsible for memorable themes to Mork and… Read more...


Songwriters Hall of Famer Steve Dorff Shares Stories and Songs with Hospitality & Tourism Execs

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From News, posted 1.22.21. Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Steve Dorff entertained a large gathering of Boston-area hospitality and tourism industry executives recently (1/21) with a lunch hour virtual performance of some of his biggest hits, while sharing the stories behind his songs and how they came to be recorded by some of the… Read more...


5 Tips to Rebound, Reset, and Reinvigorate Your Songwriting

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From MusicWorld, posted 1.19.21. For most of us, 2020 will rank as one of the most tumultuous years of our lifetime. The restrictions, losses, and fears caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the emotions stirred up in the political and social arenas, touched virtually everyone—and creative people were hit extra hard. Songwriters, musicians,… Read more...