That's a very good question, and we're happy to share just one of many examples: The 2012 HMMA event featured six live performances by nominees. Indie artist Lauren Silva (pictured) from Austin, TX performed a scaled down version of her nominated song "Hurt." The rendition brought down the house, prompting a standing ovation. Read more
HOLLYWOOD, CA- Nov 22, 2013: The Hollywood Music in Media Awards upped its game again this year at The Fonda Theater. With a jam-packed red carpet, the event excited all in attendance. The Awards event evening proved wildly entertaining for the audience, opening with a performance spectacle by Pop winner Amy Weber. Anchor host Adam Gaynor, formerly of Matchbox 20, kept the show moving with his self-deprecating brand of humor. Guest hosts included Oscar nominated actor Eric Roberts and noted film director, producer and writer Andy Fickman. Read more
HOLLYWOOD, CA Oct 10, 2013 - The Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) has announced the long awaited final list of nominees! This year's event will be hosted by former Matchbox 20 member Adam Gaynor, Oscar nominated actor Eric Roberts and director/writer/producer Andy Fickman. Nominated film scores & composers include Steven Price, Gravity; Henry Jackman, Captain Phillips; Steve Jablonsky, Read more
Hollywood, CA – April 8, 2013: Accolades are pouring in about HMMA’s Real Deal™ Music In Visual Media Success Summit held Sunday, April 7th. The unique and intimate affair produced REAL connections, opportunities and results for the composers and artists in attendance! Read more
HOLLYWOOD, CA- Nov 16, 2012: The Hollywood Music in Media Awards stepped up its game this year at the beautiful and historic Fonda Theater in Hollywood, wowing all in attendance. With a jam-packed celebrity filled red carpet, the event has excelled in stature. Though the HMMA is technically about awards, the evening proved wildly entertaining for the audience. A visual montage of nominated composer clips for film, TV and Video Games opened the show on the big screen, followed by a splashy opening number by host and master musical impressionist Greg London.