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Alumni Receive Golden Globe Attention

Belmont alumnae Hillary Lindsey and Natalie Hemby received shout outs from the stage of last night’s Golden Globes telecast as co-writers on the soundtrack for the recent Bradley Cooper/Lady Gaga film “A Star Is Born.” The song “Shallow” from the film won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

Mark Bronson, who co-wrote “Shallow” with Andrew Wyatt, Anthony Rossomando and Lady Gaga, acknowledged the Belmont grads in his acceptance speech as two of the “amazing people who wrote on this soundtrack.”

Brett McLaughlinLindsey and Hemby weren’t the only Belmont alumni receiving attention during the Golden Globes. Alumnus Brett McLaughlin (known professionally as Leland), a 2009 commercial voice graduate, was nominated in the Best Original Song category for his work on “Revelation,” from the film “Boy Erased.”

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