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Happening at Capitol Studios, located in the iconic Capitol Records building in Hollywood, SongHubs 2016 will be curated by ASCAP songwriter Darrell Brown.

Stapleton took home trophies for Album, Song, Male Vocalist and New Male Vocalist of the Year, Kelsea Ballerini was named top New Female Vocalist, and Old Dominion won best New Vocal Group at the 51st annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards.

Eight years after his last full-length album and a career that’s branched out into co-hosting NASH FM's America’s Morning Show with Blair, Kelly & Chuck, Chuck Wicks returns with a stunning new record that showcases his masterful writing and singing. Turning Point ranges from good-time songs to deep reflections on love and loss.

The ASCAP Foundation partnered with Logan’s Roadhouse and Jerrod Niemann to present a check to Centennial High School’s orchestra as part of collective efforts to support school music programs. Funds will be used to purchase instruments, strings and more.

As the Sundance ASCAP Music Café headed into the home stretch of its 8-day run, some of Nashville’s top songwriters embraced the spotlight, including Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Josh Osborne, Ashley Gorley and Chris DeStefano.

The 18th Annual Sundance ASCAP Music Cafe runs during the daytime from January 22 - 29, with a fresh mix of rising and recognized talents curated by ASCAP.

Fifteen, the third studio album from Green River Ordinance, is named after the number of years this Texas-based, harmony-rich, alt-country band has been together, and is based on a simple message: hold fast to the things that are true.

Stapleton earned CMA honors for New Artist​,​ Male Vocalis​t and​ Album of the Year for his debut ​record, Traveller​, and, i​n what instantly became one of the most memorable moments of the night, he was joined on​ stage ​for a performance with fellow ASCAP member Justin Timberlake​.

At the 2015 ASCAP Country Music Awards, Trisha Yearwood won ASCAP’s Voice of Music Award, presented by former President Jimmy Carter. Justin Timberlake introduced a tribute segment highlighted by Reba McEntire and Lady Antebellum.

ASCAP celebrated the 45th anniversary of the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) at its 53rd Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards on Monday, Nov. 2 in Nashville. CRS has played a historic role in the growth of country radio stations.

A native of Kentucky, KENZ has called Nashville home for almost five years. She was featured on season 7 of The Voice under her birth name, Kensington Moore. While KENZ’s sound falls under the pop umbrella, it is composed of major jazz, R&B and funk influences. In the words of Adam Levine, her voice “cuts.”

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 will honor Trisha Yearwood with the ASCAP Voice of Music Award at the 53rd annual ASCAP Country Music Awards, to be held on Monday, November 2nd. The ASCAP Voice of Music Award is a prestigious honor that ASCAP presents to songwriters and artists whose music gives voice to the spirit of a generation.

The track “The Best Me I Can Be” was co-written and performed by chart-topping songwriter Dave Berg (Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney) with songwriter-producer Tony Esterly and 16 America SCORES Portland students from Davis Elementary School.

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers premieres the first music video, “The World’s on Fire,” from ASCAP Songwriter Residency: Volume 7 today with Elmore Magazine.