BMI Composers Score at Creative Arts Emmys

Posted in News on September 17, 2002
BMI composers stole the show at the 2002 Creative Arts Emmys this year, winning four out of the five categories presented September 14 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Winners included BMI composers Thomas Newman, who won for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for the HBO smash Six Feet Under; Walter Murphy, who won for Outstanding Music And Lyrics for "You've Got A Lot To See" from The Family Guy; and George Fenton, who won for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore) for Blue Planet: Seas of Life.

Congratulating BMI composer Walter Murphy and lyricist Seth McFarlane on their Emmys for Outstanding Music And Lyrics are McFarlane, BMI's Linda Livingston, Murphy and BMI's Doreen Ringer Ross

Congratulating BMI composer Thomas Newman (center) on his Emmy are BMI's Linda Livingston and Doreen Ringer Ross

photos: Albert Ortega/Wire Image


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