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BMI’s Grammy Infused “How I Wrote That Song” Panel is Everything

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jerri wondaBroadcast Music, Inc. ® (BMI®) announces its GRAMMY-infused How I Wrote That Song® event for February 13th at The Roxy in West Hollywood. Moderated by bmi Vice President, Writer/Publisher Relations Catherine Brewton, the panel features some grammy Award-winning and nominated heavyweights including Liz Rose, Stevie J, Jerry ‘Wonda’ Duplessis, and Bilal ‘The Chef’ Hajji, with more special guests to be announced. This insightful panel starts at 12:30PM and will reveal the stories behind your favorite Country, R&B, and Pop hits. Tickets are $20 in advance/ $25 day of show and is open to all members of the public.

BMI’s How I Wrote That Song ® is an annual pre-grammy weekend event that celebrates grammy winners and nominees, and serves as a platform for panelists to discuss the process of writing, producing and performing hit songs. Previous panelists have included Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Nas, will.i.am, RedOne, Zac Brown, Cee Lo Green, B.o.B, Kara DioGuardi, Seal, Luke Laird, Claude Kelly, John Legend, Wiz Khalifa, Charlie Wilson, Alex Da Kid, Dallas Davidson, Common, Colbie Caillat, Linda Perry, Salaam Remi, Rev Run, RZA, The Madden Brothers and more. To view a brief reel of previous panels, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23FFVqbeJGY.

About the Panelists:
Liz Rose- Rose has worked with many of country music’s finest artists including Tim McGraw, Hunter Hayes, and taylor swift. Co-writing a total of sixteen songs together, Rose and Swift dominated the charts with No.1 hits like “You Belong with Me” and “White Horse.” Already a grammy Award-winning songwriter for her work with Taylor Swift, this year Liz Rose has done it again with a nomination for “Song of The Year” for her megahit, “Girl Crush” performed by Country superstars Big Little Town.

Stevie J- Stevie J is a three-time grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer best known as one of The Hitmen from Bad Boy Records. At their peak, The Hitmen dominated R&B and Hip-Hop in the 90’s, working with P. Diddy, Notorious B.I.G, Mariah Carey, Faith Evans, and more. Stevie J received a grammy for P. Diddy’s No Way Out album, which famously tributes the late Notorious B.I.G on “I’ll Be Missing You”. Now a TV personality on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Stevie J still produces music for artists like snoop dogg and Faith Evans.

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