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BMI Fetes Macca


BONDING WITH MACCA:
Paul McCartney was presented with the 1,298,398 honor of his career when BMI gave him its Million-Air Award, representing more than 4 million U.S. broadcast performances of his James Bond film song, “Live and Let Die,” before the org’s 2012 London awards ceremony. Others who have received the accolade include Dolly Parton, Isaac Hayes and Roy Orbison. Sir Paul McCartney has received a total of 75 BMI Million-Air Awards throughout his career, including one for achieving 5 millionU.S. plays for The Beatles’ “Yesterday” in 1988, which now surpasses 9 million. BMI Executive Director, Writer/Publisher Relations Brandon Bakshi presents Macca with the award before joining him in two-part harmonies on a “Hey Jude.” (10/16p)

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