Songwriters Hall of Fame

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For the hall of fame of Canada, see Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The Songwriters' Hall of Fame is an arm of[ambiguous] the American National Academy of Popular Music. It was founded in 1969 by songwriter Johnny Mercer and music publishers Abe Olman and Howie Richmond. The hall of fame only existed as an online virtual collection until 2010, when it was first put on display as a physical gallery inside The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.[1] The Songwriters Hall of Fame has an office in New York City, United States,[where?] and holds workshops, showcases,[where?][when?] and provides scholarships to promising artists to help develop new songwriting talent. New inductees are voted on annually.[when?][who?]

Alongside the induction of new songwriters are a variety of special awards. Currently, the awards include:

  • Johnny Mercer Award: for artists who are already in the Songwriters' Hall of Fame and have a number of outstanding works
  • Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award: for songwriters who have done a lot to increase the success of songs
  • Abe Olman Publisher Award: for publishers who have had a lot of "famous" pieces
  • Hal David Starlight Award: for young artists who have already made an impression on the music industry[2]
  • Towering Song/Towering Performance Award
  • Pioneer Award: established in 2012 to recognize the career of a historic creator of an extensive body of musical work that has been a major influence on generations of songwriters

Through 2010, 383 individuals had been inducted into the SHOF. The British rock band Queen was the first band to be inducted in 2003.[3][4]

Johnny Mercer Award recipients[edit]

Sammy Cahn lifetime achievement award[edit]

Hal David Starlight Award recipients[edit]

Abe Olman Scholarship[edit]

  • 2013-

Amy Allen Ro James Emily Warren Kat Edmonson Tyler Lyle

  • 2012-

Shea Rose Jody Mulgrew Bebe Rexha Jeremy Current Lyle Divinsky

  • 2011-

Erin Christine Markeisha Ensley Rachel Brown Nenna Yvonne & Daniel Wisniewski Jason Kingston

  • 2010-

Gabriella Caspi Keli Price Comic Book Heroes Rebecca Jordan Chris Tedesco

  • 2009-

Madi Diaz Michael Grubbs April Smith Kirsten Thien Natalie Warner

  • 2008-

Galia Arad Linda Kiraly Reeve Carney Watt White Shelly Bhushan

  • 2007-

Dan Ferrari Jayms Madison Alice Smith Jodi Shaw Adam Falcon

  • 2006-

Cassandra Kubinski Summer Johnson Wes Hutchinson Annie Dinerman Susan Cagle

  • 2005-

Laurel Barclay & Matt Katz-Bohen of Daddy (SESAC) Loretta Collins (SGA) Kiara Duran (NAPM) Morley Kamen (ASCAP) Sylvia Tosun (BMI)

  • 2004-

Bliss: Kiirsten Moore (BMI) David Ippolito (SGA) Michele Jaffe (SHOF) Lori McKenna (ASCAP) Sofia-Jay: Jay & Jennifer Lyons (SESAC)

  • 2003-

Janice FitzGerald (SHOF) Karen Jacobsen (SESAC) Michael McLeod (SGA) Jeanine Smith (BMI) Meleni Smith (ASCAP)

  • 2002-

Colin Brooks (SESAC) Elizabeth Jordan (SHOF) Lee Kweller (SGA) Johnny Rodgers (ASCAP) John Stephens (aka John Legend) (BMI)

  • 2001-

Sophia Ramos Dupre (SESAC) Tabitha Fair (BMI) Carrie FitzGibbon (SHOF) James Glasco (ASCAP) Stephen Goldfinger (SGA)

  • 2000-

Angela Ai (SHOF) Jabe Beyer (SESAC) Edie Carey (BMI) James Day (ASCAP) Nina Mankin (SGA)

  • 1999-

Mike Errico (SHOF) Delilah Harris (SESAC) Natasha Ming (BMI) Jean Norris (ASCAP) Stephen Rosenthal (SGA)

  • 1998-

Chris Alastair (ASCAP) Chris Moore (BMI) Ivy Markaity (SESAC) Clare Cooper (SGA) Sandy Fredrickseon (SHOF)

  • 1997-

Stephanie Cooke (ASCAP) Amanda Green (SHOF) Lauren Kinhan (SESAC) Dan Siegler (BMI) Richard Winter (SGA)

  • 1996-

Cara Beckenstein (SGA) Tamara Feinman (SESAC) Nicole Johnson (BMI) Pilley (ASCAP) Liz Queler (SHOF)

  • 1995-

Mike Blaxill (BMI) Janie Coulter & Barry Wittenstein (SHOF) Tina de Varon (ASCAP) Caroline Horn (SGA)

  • 1994-

Jazmin Jackson (ASCAP) Rebecca Martin (BMI) Amy Powers & Stephanie Salzman (SHOF) Alan Wolpert & Bill Pitzonka (SGA)

  • 1993-

Ilene Angel (SHOF) Gregory Cohen & Matthew Lewis (BMI) Mike Flynn (SGA) Anika Peress (ASCAP)

  • 1992-

Mark Batson (BMI) Lorraine Ferro & Stephanie Lewis (SHOF) Darren Quinlan (ASCAP) David Stewart (SGA)

  • 1991-

Nanette Maxine Brown (ASCAP) Dee Ann Macomson (SGA) Ellen O’Brien & Rich Campbell (SHOF) Pantera Saint-Montaigne (BMI)

  • 1990-

Nancy Magarill & H. Sefus Henderson (ASCAP) April Higuera (BMI) Emil Trombino, Sal Trombino & Walter Zelinski (SHOF) Thomas Kjellberg (SGA)

Pioneer Award[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About the Songwriters Hall of Fame". Songwriters Hall of Fame. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Starlight Award Recipients Songwriters Hall of Fame. Retrieved June 10, 2012.
  3. ^ The Lives & Music of Queen ABC. Retrieved June 11, 2011
  4. ^ 2003 Award and Induction Ceremony: Queen Songwriters Hall of Fame. Retrieved June 11, 2011

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