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SONGS OF HOPE SETS HONOREES

Marty Bandier, Clive Davis, Benny Blanco and Mike Will Made-It are among the presenters and honorees who will be attending the City of Hope’s Songs of Hope XIV event on 9/13 at the home of Alex da Kid in Sherman Oaks.

Award presenters and recipients will include: Davis presenting the Clive Davis Legend in Songwriting Award to Blanco and Mike Will Made-It; Bandier presenting the Martin Bandier Vanguard Award to Sarah Aarons; Steve Schnur presenting the Electronic Arts Composer of the Year Award to James Newton Howard; and Zach Horowitz presenting the Songs of Hope Beverly and Ben Horowitz Legacy Award to international expert in leukemia, lymphoma and bone marrow transplantation Stephen J. Forman, M.D.

Universal Music Publishing Group, Spotify and Warner/Chappell Music will also present awards to honorees, with more information provided closer to the event. Jimmy Jam will again be master of ceremonies.

Schnur, President of Music, Electronic Arts, is Co-Chair of the event with Spirit Music Group Chairman/CEO David Renzer, Davis Firm Founder/Principal Doug Davis and Evan Lamberg, President of UMPG North America.

“For 14 years, Songs of Hope has brought our industry together for an evening of music that is literally lifesaving,” Schnur said. “And thanks to the ongoing support of friends and colleagues, our shared commitment to City of Hope’s vital mission is stronger than ever. This year, my co-chairs David, Doug, Evan and I invite you to join what will be an event that redefines respect, compassion and celebration.”

Last year, Songs of Hope XIII raised more than $400k for City of Hope.

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