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Glen Hansard’s second solo CD, Didn’t He Ramble, is an intimate album from the acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter, who sees life as a mysterious and spiritual journey.

Nominations for the 16th annual Latin Grammy Awards have been announced, and ASCAP Latin writers are behind 75% of all nominated songs and albums - including 10 out of 10 in the Song of the Year category.

Chan will write a new work for the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra's 2016-17 season. SJO and The ASCAP Foundation created the prize to honor the legacy of trailblazing musician, SJO Co-Music Director and ASCAP Board member George Duke.

From fall 2014 through spring 2015, The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) teamed up once again with America SCORES to present its national songwriting mentorship program, The ASCAP Songwriter Residency.

ASCAP member Kevin Kadish spoke at a roundtable discussion at Belmont University in Nashville as part of a listening tour by the House Judiciary Committee to learn more about the current music copyright climate and the need for reform.

How do you infuse your music with a sense of “place?” ASCAP songwriter Bill Gable offers practical advice on how lyrics, production and other musicians can help the geography around you inform the music you write.

ASCAP premieres “Sister, Brother, Father, Mother” from the ASCAP Songwriter Residency: Vol. 7 today with Huffington Post. The track was co-written & performed by Gabriel Mann (Modern Family, Rectify) and 16 America SCORES LA students.

Congratulations to all of our members nominated for Dove Awards! The 46th Annual Dove Awards will take place on October 13th in Nashville, Tennessee.

Logan’s Roadhouse and ASCAP held a press conference today to unveil “MUSIC CITY LIVE!,” a national country music tour that is the cornerstone of an alliance between the two organizations to promote emerging, unsigned songwriter-artists.

ASCAP works with organizations all over the world to ensure that you receive royalties for your music, wherever it’s performed. Here are five steps you can take to help maximize your income when your music is used abroad.

Bahamian-born, LA-based songwriter Soaky Siren is making a name for herself with unconventional, endlessly catchy songs like Danity Kane's "Lemonade,” Rita Ora's brand new “Body on Me” and the new B.o.B. single “Confucius." Now signed to Dr. Luke’s Prescription Songs, she's poised for huge things in 2015 and beyond.

ASCAP has released the music video “We Are,” from ASCAP Songwriter Residency: Volume 7, with AXS. The song was co-written by composer-songwriter David Wolfert with writer-producer Johnny Blk and 16 America SCORES NY students.

All of us at ASCAP are beyond thrilled for our members Greg Phillinganes and Jim Roach, who walked away from the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys ceremony on September 12th with shiny new trophies from the Television Academy. This was the first Emmy for each.

Geared toward advanced songwriters, the ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Songwriters workshop will enrich participants' knowledge of the industry, help them establish contacts and confidence, and expand their collaborative partnerships. The workshop takes place at ASCAP LA in November. Apply by October 21st.

The World Soundtrack Academy has nominated seven more composers from ASCAP’s worldwide family of film music creators for the prestigious World Soundtrack Awards, bringing the full tally to 18.