HOLLYWOOD, California, November 17, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA) to Present Career Achievement Award to Music Leading KENNY LOGGINS to January 27, 2021 in a hybrid awards show. Widely regarded as the “king of movie soundtracks”, Loggins will also perform at the HMMA event.
Two-time Grammy winner AND Oscar-nominated songwriter joins a distinguished list of past HMMA laureates, including Robinson smoke, Diane warren, Earth, Air and Fire, Glen Campbell, Dave mason and film composer John debney.
The Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) are the first awards organization to honor original music (song and score) in all forms of visual media. HMMA has always been representative of the nominations and winners of other mainstream award shows that take place months later. Previous winners include Hildur Guðnadóttir for JOKER, Ludwig Goransson for the BLACK PANTHER, Alexandre Desplat for WATER SHAPE, Nicolas britell for ESTATE, songs from LA LA LAND, A STAR IS BORN and more.
HMMA Blue Ribbon Judges consist of selected journalists, as well as Oscar, Grammy, Golden Globe and Emmy voters. With over 1000 nominations from around the world, HMMA nominees are chosen from specific musical genres for film, television and video games, including feature drama, sci-fi / fantasy, documentary and animation .
Kenny connects is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist and producer. After playing in several bands in the late 1960s and honing his songwriting skills at Wingate Music, Connections gained importance with Loggins & Messina, a duet with another singer-songwriter Jim Messina. The two were together from 1972 to 1976 and released a series of successful albums. Loggins’ solo career led to a new stardom with millions of albums sold, including Celebrate me at home, Night watch (which included the hit “Whenever I Call You Friend”). Loggins simultaneously became known as the song king of the film’s soundtrack, scoring top ten hits with “I’m Alright” (from Caddyshack), “Footloose” (from Free of any tie), “Danger zone” (from Top Gun), and “Nobody’s Fool” (from Caddyshack 2). During this period he was also one of the participants in United States for Africa on the “We Are the World” benefit recording. His own albums sold less well (and came less frequently) throughout the 1980s, with subsequent efforts like those of 1991. Act of faith, 1997 The unimaginable life, and 1998 December find favor mainly in contemporary adult circles; in 1994 he also released a children’s album, Return to the bear’s corner, and released his suite, More Songs from Pooh Corner, early 2000. He found Messina in 2005 for a successful tour, album and concert video, and in 2007, Connections published And now, his first new solo album in four years. It was followed by All participate in 2009.
Connections‘first solo album, Celebrate me at home, was released in 1977 and included the hit “I Believe in Love”. He was even more successful in the 1980s, scoring hits with songs cut for movie soundtracks such as “I’m Alright” (Caddyshack), “Footless” (Free of any tie) and “Dangerous area” (Top Gun). Throughout the 90s and 2000s, Connections continued to produce albums, and in the 2000s he also rediscovered Messina for a visit.
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