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Your music withstood the test of time. So should your royalties.
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Happy 100th Birthday, Leonard Bernstein
Celebrate Bernstein's centennial with our appraisal of the legacy of this universally beloved composer, pianist, conductor and ASCAP music legend.
Garland Jeffreys at 75
Beloved, socially conscious singer-songwriter is still "Wild in the Streets"
Music + Revolution: Concert Celebrates Songs from Greenwich Village in the 1960s
Jesse Colin Young, José Feliciano, Maria Muldaur, Nellie McKay, Melanie, Marshall Crenshaw, Richard Barone and more pays tribute to the Greenwich Village scene that produced some of our most timeless and socially-relevant songs.
When I finally got my certificate in 1955, I said ‘Man, I’m in ASCAP!’ I was happy because so were Duke Ellington and all these great people."
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