Kurt Farquhar, who has scored extra primetime tv collection than some other African American composer over the previous three a long time, is ready to obtain the Career Achievement Award on the thirteenth annual Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA) ceremony on Nov. 16 on the Avalon in Hollywood.
Farquhar, who was born in Chicago and now lives in Los Angeles, is a tv and movie composer, songwriter and producer and founder/CEO of True Music, a music licensing firm.
His credit embody collection resembling The History Channel’s mini-series Abraham Lincoln; CBS’ The Neighborhood and The King of Queens; The CW’s Black Lightning; and Girlfriends; and quite a few collection for the BET community.
“We are so proud to be honoring Kurt,” HMMA government producer Brent Harvey stated in a press release. “He is an incredibly talented composer with a great message. After overcoming homelessness, he became a Hollywood success story. His journey is an inspiration to all.”
Farquhar joins such previous HMMA honorees as Kenny Loggins, Smokey Robinson, Diane Warren, Earth, Wind & Fire, Glen Campbell, Dave Mason and movie composers John Debney and Christopher Young.
HMMA nominees are chosen in particular genres of music for movie, TV and video video games together with dramatic characteristic, sci-fi/ fantasy, documentary, and animation. Submissions for this yr’s awards are open till Oct. 15.
The Hollywood Music in Media Awards will probably be held The Avalon, Hollywood, 1735 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028 on Nov. 16. This marks the primary time since 2019 that the occasion will happen as a stay, in-person ceremony, following two years of digital ceremonies throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tickets to attend the ceremony will probably be accessible on Oct. 1.
For extra data on the awards, go to HMMawards.com.