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BMI Songwriters Can Now Join the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame For Free

Posted in News on September 17, 2013
BMI songwriter Prince Royce at the inaugural Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame La Musa Awards Gala in Miami on April 23, 2013.
BMI songwriter Prince Royce at the inaugural Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame La Musa Awards Gala in Miami on April 23, 2013. Photo: Manny Hernandez

Good news for Broadcast Music, Inc. songwriters interested in becoming a part of the prestigious Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame (LSHOF): You can now join for free through their website. By joining, you can receive all LSHOF newsletters, updates, event notices and discounts, in addition to voting rights in the Hall of Fame inductee selection process.

The Miami-based non-profit organization was founded in 2012 by Desmond Child and Rudy Perez, under the auspices of the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York. The LSHOF’s mission is to educate, preserve, honor and celebrate the legacy of Latin songwriters from all over the world, and their music in every genre, while developing and inspiring new songwriters through workshops, showcases, scholarships and digital initiatives. The LSHOF Board of Directors consists of singers, songwriters, producers, recording engineers, music publishers and performing rights organization representatives - including BMI President Del Bryant, who is on the Membership & Capital Campaign Committee, and BMI Vice President of Latin Writer/Publisher Relations Delia Orjuela, who serves as Co-Vice Chairman of PRO Advisory Board.

“It’s exciting to watch an organization like this grow, and we hope it becomes a place to honor the legacy of all songwriters and their work,” said Orjuela.

Visit the LSHOF website to obtain more information on membership.