The Songwriters Hall of Fame will celebrate this year’s Oscar-nominated songwriters with A Conversation with 2022 Oscar-Nominated Songwriters for Best Original Song, an all-star virtual event to be presented March 3 at 5 p.m. PT.
The free virtual panel chat will be cohosted and moderated by Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees Nile Rodgers, who currently serves as Songwriters Hall of Fame Chairman, and Paul Williams, a 1977 Academy Award winner for Best Original Song for “Evergreen.” This is the sixth annual Oscars songwriters event for the organization.
The panel features Dixson, co-writer of “Be Alive” from King Richard; Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, co-writers of “No Time to Die” from No Time To Die; Lin- Manuel Miranda, writer of “Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto (Walt Disney); SHOF inductee and Johnny Mercer Award winner Van Morrison, writer of “Down To Joy” from Belfast; and SHOF inductee Diane Warren, writer of “Somehow You Do” from Four Good Days.
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The nominees will discuss how they got here, their writing process, and the challenges and differences of writing for a film versus a song for a recording artist.
The virtual event is free to the public, with advance registration required via Eventbrite. It will also be available to watch for a limited time on the Songwriters Hall of Fame website songhall.org after the Eventbrite event.
Established in 1969, the Songwriters Hall of Fame honors those whose work represents a spectrum of the most beloved songs from the world’s popular music songbook. The Songwriters Hall of Fame’s ongoing mission is to celebrate and honor the contributions and legacies of songwriters of all genres of music while developing and nurturing the next generation of songwriters through Master Sessions, songwriting craft forums, scholarships and digital initiatives.
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