Legendary Songwriter Lamont Dozier Entertains Top Sales Execs

Posted in News on December 12, 2005
Radio broadcasting group New Northwest Broadcasters honored their top sales executives at special dinner held December 6 in Seattle that featured a performance by legendary BMI songwriter Lamont Dozier.

Pictured after the performance are NNB EVP/CFO Trila Bumstead, NNB President Pete Benedetti, BMI songwriter Lamont Dozier, BMI's Dan Spears and Michelle Mazzara, and motivational speaker Ken Rutherford.

As part of Motown songwriting trio Holland-Dozier-Holland, Dozier co-wrote such classics as "Baby Love," "Stop! In the Name of Love," "Baby, I Need Your Lovin'," "Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch," "Heat Wave" and "This Old Heart of Mine," among many others. In addition to being inducted into both the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, H-D-H were also honored as BMI Icons at the 2003 BMI Pop Awards.

New Northwest Broadcasters consists of 37 radio stations located in seven northwest markets, including Anchorage, Alaska, and Billings, Montana. Formats include adult contemporary, adult hits, rock/classic rock, contemporary hits, country, news/talk/sports and oldies.