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By L&B Consultation
Super Producer Walter "HYPE" Hall turns fashion designer, teams with Young Yacht Owners to design apparel for this week's ASCAP Awards

By PDS Entertainment LLC
For new artists and musical talent, getting in front of fans is the key to success.

By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
ASCAP songwriter, Janie West Metzgar [deceased] was honored this week in Music City by the Nashville Association of Print Publishers for her songs which appear in almost every denominational hymn book.

By Access4Artists
Access4Artists.com is launching a new partnership with ASCAP with the 2013 Winter ASCAP Urban New Music Showcase in Nashville, Tennessee. This national music industry Showcase will take place on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 8pm

By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
Singer/songwriters find salvation in people who believe in their talent. Sometimes the stinging criticism of music row "insiders" can so discourage a songwriter they give up prematurely. Metzgar advises them to seek another valid second opinion.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The historic level of desperation, for relief operations in 193 UN member countries, has prompted a call to artists to lead U.S. and international humanitarian relief efforts.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Soundtracks "Special Forces Prayer" and "The Soldiers Tear," from the album "Country Goes Global," hold special meaning for those serving and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The Global Fund [3] has committed US$ 22.6 billion in 150 countries to support large-scale prevention, treatment and care programs to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The United Nations Arts Initiative engages the grassroots and decision making level in 193 countries.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Progress on the economic or public health front in the United States, considered the most advanced nation in the world, provides a reference point for the scope of challenges facing the International Community.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
CMA/ASCAP Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow works to protect the worlds most vulnerable populations.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
"Country Music: In Performance at the White House" is a PBS music special in the East Room of the White House, hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
HRI:UNArts RSS feed: Syndicated news feed connects the entertainment industry in 192 UN countries.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
This Thanksgiving and Holiday Season, please join the HRI: Arts Integration Into Education Campaign to Support Local Food Banks and Frontline Service Programs through FeedingAmerica.org, the National Food Bank Network and 13,000 local providers.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Demographic analysis of the needs landscape and capability of the frontline programs to address them, provides us with the unmet needs overview, while the arts initiative serves as a "Bridge for Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources."

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has been bringing hope and inspiration to people through its music globally for the past four decades. The songs on this three-time GRAMMY-winning group’s latest release focus on the themes of reconciliation and healing.

By Ironhorse Music Group LLC
Ironhorse Music Group's Doug Simpson and Kareem Knight of The Aqua League honored with writer's award from performing rights organization ASCAP

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By L&B Consultation
Super Producer Walter "HYPE" Hall turns fashion designer, teams with Young Yacht Owners to design apparel for this week's ASCAP Awards

By PDS Entertainment LLC
For new artists and musical talent, getting in front of fans is the key to success.

By Dawn EuBanks
Thus by acquiring a terrestrial radio station, Pandora believes it should pay the same royalty rates as iHeartRadio and other competitors.

By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
ASCAP songwriter, Janie West Metzgar [deceased] was honored this week in Music City by the Nashville Association of Print Publishers for her songs which appear in almost every denominational hymn book.

By Access4Artists
Access4Artists.com is launching a new partnership with ASCAP with the 2013 Winter ASCAP Urban New Music Showcase in Nashville, Tennessee. This national music industry Showcase will take place on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 8pm

By The Pinnock Agency
Celebrity Film Maker Marlon Campbell Mourns Loss of His longtime Publisher and Friend Jay Warner.

By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
Singer/songwriters find salvation in people who believe in their talent. Sometimes the stinging criticism of music row "insiders" can so discourage a songwriter they give up prematurely. Metzgar advises them to seek another valid second opinion.

By Press Release
Independent Artist Chart National Top 200 & Get Major Label Distribution

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The historic level of desperation, for relief operations in 193 UN member countries, has prompted a call to artists to lead U.S. and international humanitarian relief efforts.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Soundtracks "Special Forces Prayer" and "The Soldiers Tear," from the album "Country Goes Global," hold special meaning for those serving and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The Global Fund [3] has committed US$ 22.6 billion in 150 countries to support large-scale prevention, treatment and care programs to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The United Nations Arts Initiative engages the grassroots and decision making level in 193 countries.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Progress on the economic or public health front in the United States, considered the most advanced nation in the world, provides a reference point for the scope of challenges facing the International Community.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
CMA/ASCAP Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow works to protect the worlds most vulnerable populations.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Remembering those who place there lives on the line to protect our country this Thanksgiving holiday.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
"Country Music: In Performance at the White House" is a PBS music special in the East Room of the White House, hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
HRI:UNArts RSS feed: Syndicated news feed connects the entertainment industry in 192 UN countries.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
This Thanksgiving and Holiday Season, please join the HRI: Arts Integration Into Education Campaign to Support Local Food Banks and Frontline Service Programs through FeedingAmerica.org, the National Food Bank Network and 13,000 local providers.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Demographic analysis of the needs landscape and capability of the frontline programs to address them, provides us with the unmet needs overview, while the arts initiative serves as a "Bridge for Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources."

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has been bringing hope and inspiration to people through its music globally for the past four decades. The songs on this three-time GRAMMY-winning group’s latest release focus on the themes of reconciliation and healing.

By Doby Communications, Inc.
ASCAP, the leading artist performing rights protection organization, has honored independent artist, writer and producer, Wordsmith, with the 2011-2012 ASCAPLUS Award. This prestigious award program is for writers with heavily active catalogues.

By Ironhorse Music Group LLC
Ironhorse Music Group's Doug Simpson and Kareem Knight of The Aqua League honored with writer's award from performing rights organization ASCAP

By Tarrah Grant / Publicity
Aliya Leigh is an accredited IMDB voice-over actress, producer, writer, editor and host of her own podcast entitled "Lesbian Life”.

By INDIE VIXENS LLC
Planet L.A. brings together bands and businesses to host a benefit show for American Red Cross’ Japan relief efforts at the Cabana Club, Hollywood on Saturday, April 30, 2011

By PDS Entertainment LLC
PDS Entertainment, LLC has announced that Shane Martin is the winner of its Hottest New Artist (R) Winner for 2011. The country music artist swept the contest with his winning song, “Somewhere Real.”

By Adelphi University/Kali Chan
For the fifth year running, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) has presented Adelphi University Assistant Professor of Music Sidney M. Boquiren with an ASCAPLUS Award for 2010-2011.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Apatow has certainly been blessed with a powerful tenor voice and "Nessun Dorma" is surely the beginning of an outlet through which this humanitarian will inspire his listeners.

By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Reaching out to our neighbors, caring about their needs and lending a helping hand is "The American Way" -- CMA Artist H:II Stephen Michael Apatow

By ArtisTech Media
International Music Community Rejects ASCAP's Copyright Claims with Earnest Copyleft Compositions

By California Copyright Conference
Singer, songwriter and ASCAP Chairman of the Board Paul Williams will speak and perform at the May 5th evening meeting of the California Copyright Conference in Los Angeles.

By CW3PR
Both events to ride on the heels of the duo’s newly released soundtrack for the first season of Showtime’s NURSE JACKIE

By Aristo Media
Replaces KCRS Live! event at this year’s Country Radio Seminar

By John Munnelly/Christina Lord
“The Unemployment Blues” Wins the National Jay Gorney Award From ASCAP

By Gretchen Hydo
Dickson was honored with the Top Television Series Award at the 24th Annual Awards ceremony for the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

By Enchanted PR
This month Cri$tyle "the ink" is featured in ASCAP and Billboard Magazines for her accomplishments over 2008, labeling her one of a select few "Urban Songwriters to watch" (Billboard) and one of ASCAP's "Female Songwriters of the year".

By Jim Giatas
"IN AS MUCH" is a new 12 song digital album of original contemporary Orthodox Christian songs made available over the Internet by Orthodox Christian singer/songwriter, Jim Giatas.



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