Honoring the music that has elevated the ASCAP repertory for generations.Ensuring it will have an impact for generations to come.
In Memoriam: ASCAP Family We Lost to COVID-19
Read about some of the beloved ASCAP family members we lost during the pandemic.
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."— Quincy Jones
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John Mellencamp Receives the ASCAP Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award at WhyHunger Gala
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ASCAP @ The Library of Congress
Explore riches from The ASCAP Foundation Collection in this virtual exhibit, hosted by the Library of Congress.
The ASCAP story
ASCAP was the first PRO in the US, founded in 1914. As the music business has evolved, we’ve evolved right along with it. But we remain committed to protecting the livelihoods of songwriters, composers and publishers that call ASCAP home.