June 30, 2014

ASCAP Members Win Every Daytime Emmy Music Award

For yet another year, ASCAP members dominated the music categories for daytime TV’s highest honor. 12 of our composers and songwriters wrote the five songs and scores highlighted for their excellence at the 41st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmys, held on Friday, June 20th at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles.

An extra special congrats to George Whitty, an alumnus of ASCAP's TV & Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis. We're so proud to be part of your story!

A big round of applause for all of our winners:

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC DIRECTION AND COMPOSITION FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Chris Child, composer
Ed Dzubak, composer
Jamie Lawrence, composer
Dominic Messinger, composer
Patricio Morales, composer
George Whitty, composer
All My Children

OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL SONG – DRAMA

Suren Wijeyaratne, composer & lyricist
"Parachute" from All My Children

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC DIRECTION AND COMPOSITION

John Angier, score
Michael Rubin, music
Bubble Guppies

OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL SONG

Wayne Brady, lyricist
Cat Gray, composer
“30,000 Reasons to Love Me” from Let's Make a Deal

OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL SONG – MAIN TITLE AND PROMO

John Kavanaugh, composer & lyricist
“Disney Sofia the First: Main Title Theme” from Disney Sofia the First

Click here to see the full list of ASCAP nominees for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

Wayne Brady

Wayne Brady

John Kavanaugh

John Kavanaugh

Dominic Messinger

Dominic Messinger

George Whitty

George Whitty