NARM Announces Award Winners
April 22, 2008 at 7:46 AM (PT)
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RECORDING MERCHANDISERS (NARM) will honor two music legends at its upcoming annual convention, which will be held in SAN FRANCISCO MAY 4-7, and will celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary.
B.B. KING, who has won 14 GRAMMY awards and recorded over 150 albums during his career, will receive the prestigious Chairman’s Award For Sustained Creative Achievement. Also, renowned singer-songwriter JACKSON BROWNE, an award-winning artist, who has been inducted in both the ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME (2004) and SONGWRITER’S HALL OF FAME (2007), will be honored with the HARRY CHAPIN Memorial Humanitarian Award. This award was established by NARM to memorialize CHAPIN's efforts on behalf of the environment and other humanitarian causes.
Both artists will accept their awards during the NARM 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner in SAN FRANCISCO on WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th.