Music Week announced today (Wednesday) that nominations are now open for the Women in Music Awards 2019 in association with AIM and UK Music.
Disco legend and prolific songwriter Nile Rodgers has hit out at the industry, claiming songwriters are underpaid for the work that they do.
UK Music, which spearheaded the campaign to protect music venues by imposing stricter rules on property developers, is calling for one final show of support ahead of the 10 May deadline.
PRS for Music membership director Karen Buse is among the 12 female trailblazers to make it onto the Music Week Roll of Honour at the 2017 Women in Music Awards.
Singer songwriter Lapsley, veteran publisher Paulette Long and artist manager Martha Kinn were among those honoured at the 2016 Women In Music Awards.
MUSEXPO Europe is to return to London in September 2016 hosting two days with many of the industry’s key influencers and tastemakers.
Imogen Heap, PRS for Music’s Debbie Stones and Peace manager Tara Richardson are among recipients from the 2015 Women in Music honours.
The Boxettes, Izzy Bizu, Nick Brewer Lianne Kaye and Aiden Grimshaw are among the acts performing at the inaugural RADAR event.
Calvin Harris has been named the UK’s biggest songwriter in 2012, with more best-selling singles than anyone else.