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Oct 04, 2004 PRS Chief Executive John Hutchinson took the stage at the awards ceremony to present a special tribute to BMI President Emeritus Frances Preston, saluting her 18 years as BMI President and CEO and 'one of the most important defenders of copyright in our industry today.' Preston stepped down as President last month and will now focus on representing BMI in… View Photo


Oct 04, 2004 Top BMI film composer David Arnold collects his Crystal for scoring the film 2 Fast 2 Furious. With him are BMI's Phil Graham and Del Bryant. View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 BMI songwriter/artist Marsha Ambrosius of singing duo Floetry chats with film composer David Arnold at the BMI London Awards. Arnold took home a BMI Film Music Award for his score to the Bond film Die Another Day and Ambrosius picked up a BMI Pop Award for writing the Michael Jackson hit song "Butterflies." The gala awards ceremony, honoring the top… View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 Ex-Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart (center) holds his BMI Crystal for writing the Song of the Year at the BMI London Awards held at the Dorchester Hotel September 16. Stewart's song, "Underneath it All," was the most performed song by a UK songwriter in the United States during the past year and received the Robert S. Musel Award. Stewart is flanked… View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 BMI songwriter/artist Marsha Ambrosius of singing duo Floetry gets bussed by Song of the Year winner Dave Stewart at the BMI London Awards. Stewart's song, "Underneath it All", was named Song of the Year and Ambrosius picked up a BMI Pop Award for writing the Michael Jackson hit song "Butterflies." The gala awards ceremony, honoring the top UK and European… View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 Irish songwriter Ronan Keating (left) is congratulated by BMI's Frances Preston and Phil Graham. Keating took home a BMI Country Award for his Brooks & Dunn smash, "The Long Goodbye." View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 BMI's Phil Graham and Frances Preston present a Million-Air Award to EMI Music Publishing's Peter Reichardt for the Police hit, "Every Breath You Take." The song, which earned a seven million performance award, was written by Sting. View Photo


Sep 15, 2003 BMI's Brandon Bakshi (left) and Phil Graham (right) congratulate songwriters Spencer Davis and Muff Winwood, co-writers of the Spencer Davis Group classic "Gimme Some Lovin'," which received a Million-Air Award for reaching the three million performance plateau. View Photo


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