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Charice at 41st Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Show, June 17

Charice at 41st Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Show, June 17

UPDATE June 19 – VIDEO from MommyRaqz/PHOTOS

The 41st annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Award and Induction Ceremony was held on June 17, 2010 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.

“Our 2010 inductees are truly representational of the heart and soul of the world’s Popular Music soundtrack,” commented Chairman/CEO Hal David. “We are looking forward to another memorable evening where we honor their extraordinary accomplishments.”

In addition to the 2010 class, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, in an effort to honor those songwriters who are deceased, will posthumously induct Tom Adair & Matt Dennis, Bob Marley, Laura Nyro, Sunny Skylar and Jesse Stone.

The 2010 Award Winners include Phil Collins who will receive the The Johnny Mercer Award; The Towering Song this year is “Bridge Over Troubled Water” to be accepted by Paul Simon; The Hal David Starlight Award will be presented to Taylor Swift; The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award will be presented to Phil Ramone; and Keith Mardak will receive the Abe Olman Publisher Award.

Presenters and performers at the gala include Kim Carnes, Peter Cetera, Charice, Judy Collins, Bruce Hornsby, Billy Joel, Diana Krall, KD Lang, John Mayer, Brian Stokes Mitchell, LA Reid, Raphael Saadiq, Paul Shaffer, Dionne Warwick,  Elizabeth Withers and Nikki Yanofsky.

About the Songwriters Hall of Fame

The Songwriters Hall of Fame celebrates songwriters, educates the public with regard to their achievements, and produces a spectrum of professional programs devoted to the development of new songwriting talent through workshops, showcases and scholarships. Over the course of the past 41 years, some key Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees have included Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, Albert Hammond, Desmond Child, Loretta Lynn, John Fogerty, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Isaac Hayes and David Porter, Steve Cropper, Dolly Parton, Richard and Robert Sherman, Bill Withers, Carole King, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, Sir Elton John, Bernie Taupin, Brian Wilson, James Taylor, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, Hal David and Burt Bacharach, Jim Croce, Phil Collins, Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Jimmy Webb, Paul Williams, Van Morrison, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Cy Coleman and many, many others. The Songwriters Hall of Fame was founded in 1969 by songwriter Johnny Mercer and publishers Abe Olman and Howie Richmond.

Full biographies and a complete list of inductees are available at the Songwriters Hall of Fame’s Virtual Museum.

The mission of the Songwriters Hall of Fame is to remember and honor our great songwriters while building our musical future through workshops, showcases and scholarships, along with giving members the opportunity to vote for the next slate of inductees. Joining online is quick and easy!

Ticket Information:

Tickets for the Songwriters Hall of Fame event begin at $1000 each, and are available through Buckley Hall Events, (212) 573-6933. Net proceeds from the event will go towards the Songwriters Hall of Fame programs.

CONTACT:
Fran Curtis
Rogers & Cowan
212-445-8423
fcurtis@rogersandcowan.com

Lauren Wilsman
Rogers & Cowan
212-445-8486
lwilsman@rogersandcowan.com

Photo gallery – 41st Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Ceremony – Audience and Backstage

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NEW YORK – JUNE 17: Charice attends the 41st Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Ceremony at The New York Marriott Marquis on June 17, 2010 in New York City.

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2010 Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees

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101 Responses to “Charice at 41st Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Show, June 17”

  1. I often do read and see folks saying bad things about this artist….but let me say she is my ideal Artist…and if you just take a look at the Musicall skills and the Song quality…you cant deny she is outstanding….

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  2. Imagika says:
    charice = happiness ;D

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  3. marife says:
    Impeccable performance as usual, and very classy. I’m sure this is how David F. wanted Charice to sing this song. She’s a lady now, so when singing this kind of song in this type event it should be classy and with finesse. Other people here might have interpret it as being tight or something. This is definitely another amazing performance from Charice. I LOVE IT!!!

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  4. eve says:
    Another brief news clip from the Associated Press. It’s nice to see Charice’s performance is considered notable enough by the national news service to be included in a news brief of the event. Watch at 1:15 minute marker…

    http://www.youtube.com//watch?v=pmyYwuRj1Go

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  5. cueA says:
    Wouldn’t be surprised if some of the attendees and inductees are part of the Grammys selection/voting committee. After all the selections/votes come from a select group of songwriters and producers, among others. If so, we can be sure they were mightily impressed, especially if it were their first time, to see Charice live. Also present at this event is the talented jazz singer, Nikki Yanofsky (the next Ella Fitzgerald), who like Charice, fits in the Best New Artist category. It’s no coincidence they both appeared at this event.

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  6. Marie says:
    I have watched this performance over and over again that I lost count. As always, i can’t take my eyes off the screen while watching her. It’s like she has this spell that always makes me forget to blink while watching her sing (or talk during interviews). It’s always heartwarming to see how she puts her heart and soul into the song that she is not only into the song but also transforming it in a way that she becomes the song — alive and sad or alive and happy!

    Earlier i closed my eyes (since i am already tired and sleepy) and just listened to her voice and i even admired it more. I can feel the conviction and power of her voice! Suddenly, i feel like i am listening to a Walt Disney Animated Movie soundtrack and just thought that her voice has that quality — has that power to sing a Movie Theme Song.

    I just hope she will have the opportunity to sing Movie Themes in the future. I don’t actually care if it will be soon or 10 years from now..

    All the best for the lovely and Insanely talented young lady — CHARICE! :D

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  7. Jairaqt02 says:
    She’s so pretty! i love her dress, her shoes, her hair, makeup, accessories everything else! Her voice has really matured and her gestures too..

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