Songwriters Honoured By Hall Of Fame
THOM BELL, MAC DAVIS, WILL JENNINGS, SYLVIA MOY and HENRY COSBY are the latest inductees into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. The group will be honoured at a ceremony on 15 June (06) in New York City. Bell is considered a principal architect of the Philly Soul sound, with hits by THE STYLISTICS, THE SPINNERS and THE DELFONICS. Davis wrote the ELVIS PRESLEY hits A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION and IN THE GHETTO. Jennings won an Oscar for the song UP WHERE WE BELONG, from the film AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN. Moy wrote theme songs for television and theme music for movies, including MR HOLLAND'S OPUS, and collaborated with Cosby on several songs, including the STEVIE WONDER hit MY CHERIE AMOUR.