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NARAS honors Howard Berman, John Mayer

ODD COUPLE: The Recording Academy will present its 2012 Grammys on the Hill Awards in Washington on April 25 at the Liaison Capitol Hill hotel. The event will honor U.S. Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif.) and John Mayer for their commitment to improving the working environment for the nation's music community. A day later, hundreds of music professionals from across the country will visit with legislators to advance pro-music policies during what’s billed as the music community’s only annual advocacy day on Capitol Hill. "Advocating for the protection of music makers' rights is an essential part of the work we do at The Academy, and Grammys on the Hill is an excellent opportunity to recognize leaders and influencers who work on this mission, while inviting our members to utilize their voice," said Neil Portnow. "This year we are proud to honor Rep. Berman, who has a long history of working to support music creators, and John Mayer, who beyond being an enormous talent is also an active philanthropist in arts and education." (3/15a)

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