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Duran Duran - Photo By Mary Boukouvalas

Duran Duran - Photo By Mary Boukouvalas

Duran Duran To Receive ASCAP Golden Note Award

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on October 27, 2016

in News

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, also known as ASCAP, have selected Duran Duran as this year’s recipient of their Golden Note Award.

The honor will be presented on November 10 at the 2016 ASCAP Awards, London at One Embankment in London. The Golden Note Award is reserved for those artists who have achieved extraordinary career milestones.

ASCAP president Paul Williams said “Duran Duran revolutionised popular music. They are the pioneers of the synthpop and new wave movement and have reached a stratospheric level of success which is rarely seen in the industry. We are delighted to present this extremely unique and innovative group with the ASCAP Golden Note Award.”

“Formed in Birmingham, England, in 1978, Duran Duran is one of the most culturally influential and commercially successful bands of all time, topping the charts around the world over the past three decades and selling more than 100 million records worldwide. The band has been honored with multiple Grammy, BRIT, Ivor Novello, and MTV Video Music Lifetime Achievement Awards, as well as a 20th Century Style Icon award from the City of Milan. Last year, at the 40th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Awards, they received the coveted Spotify UK Lifetime Achievement Award. Tireless innovators, they are always at the vanguard of music, fashion, art, technology and film – a group with unique and everlasting appeal.”

Previous recipients of the Golden Note Award:
1982 – Quincy Jones
1985 – Stevie Wonder
1987 – Elton John
1987 – Andre Previn
1988 – George Michael
1993 – Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
1996 – Tom Petty
1998 – Sean “Puffy” Combs
1998 – Jose Feliciano
1999 – Michael W. Smith
2000 – Justin Hayward
2002 – Alan Jackson
2002 – Garth Brooks
2004 – Jay-Z
2005 – Mark Snow
2005 – Jermaine Dupri
2006 – LL Cool J
2007 – Joan Sebastian
2007 – Kenny Rogers
2008 – Steve Miller
2008 – Lionel Richie
2008 – Victor Manuelle
2008 – Reba McEntire
2008 – New Edition
2009 – Omar Alfanno
2009 – Jeff Lynne
2009 – Alicia Keys
2009 – JD Souther
2010 – Jorge Luis Piloto
2010 – Dennis McCarthy
2011 – Lindsey Buckingham
2011 – Alf Clausen
2011 – Mary Mary
2011 – Don Williams
2012 – Bob McDill
2012 – Pharrell Williams
2012 – Trent Reznor
2013 – Usher
2014 – Ne-Yo
2015 – Mario Domm
2015 – Ms. Lauryn Hill
2016 – Natalia Lafourcade
2016 – A Tribe Called Quest

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