Manhattan Center Productions, NARAS Honors Timbaland

Manhattan Center Productions (MCP) joined the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) at the Roosevelt Hotel on December 11, 2003, to
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Manhattan Center Productions (MCP) joined the National Academy ofRecording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) at the Roosevelt Hotel on December11, 2003, to salute legendary figures of music recording during the2003 New York Heroes Awards.

Longtime friend of MCP, Tim “Timbaland” Mosley washonored with the first IMPACT Award, which was recently established byNARAS to recognize an individual or group who has influenced the artsand sciences of recording in a relatively brief time. “It was apleasure to be there to celebrate our special relationship withTimbaland,” said MCP studio manager Dax Anderson.

MCP staff and guests gathered to show support and appreciation forall of the work Timbaland has done in MCP’s Studio 4. Otherrecipients of this year’s Heroes Awards were Ruben Blades, DarylHall & John Oats, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, Frances Prestonand Nile Rodgers.

For more information, visit MCP at www.mcstudios.com.