Quantcast
BMI HONORS FILM, TV COMPOSERS
Career Achievement Award Goes
To A Guy Named "Snuffy"
In day two of BMI’s nonstop award-fest at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in L.A., the pubbery feted film and TV composers.

TV composer W.G. "Snuffy" Walden received the Richard Kirk Award for outstanding career achievement at BMI's annual Film & Television Awards, held Wednesday (5/16) night. Walden has composed music for "thirtysomething," "The Wonder Years," "The West Wing" and many other programs.

Former Yes-man Trevor Rabin and Edward Shearmur received two film music awards each.

Janet Jackson’s "Doesn't Really Matter," from "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," was named most-performed song from a motion picture.

Additionally, Walden, Mike Post and David Vanacore earned multiple TV music awards. The past year's Emmy Award winners were also acknowledged at the event.

BMI kicked off award-fest 2001 on Tuesday with its Pop Awards also held at the Regent Beverly Wilshire (hitsdailydouble.com, 5/16).

PRIMARY WAVE CHECKS INTO
THE FOUR SEASONS
Mestel walks like a man. (10/22a)
UMG IPO SET FOR '22
And Q3 figures look good as well. (10/21a)
TOP 20: TAY'S FOLKLORIC RUN CONTINUES
A Swift return to #1. (10/22a)
REVENUE CHART: “LEMONADE” AND OCEAN SPRAY
The Rumours are true. (10/22a)
GRAMMY PREVIEW:
PHOEBE BRIDGERS
Could she be this year's left-field anointed one? (10/22a)
RAINMAKERS 2020
Bring your umbrella.
GRAMMY OUTLIERS
Mulling possible surprises.
HALLOWEEN IN QUARANTINE
Why not wear a mask indoors?
ELECTION 2020
What drugs will help us get there?
 Email

 First Name

 Last Name

 Company

 Country
CAPTCHA code
Captcha: (type the characters above)