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About Carly Robyn Green

BMG modern adult-contemporary artist, songwriter, and musical theater lyricist Carly Robyn Green… Inspired by Mr. Cee Lo Green.

It was at the Grammy Awards that Carly was singing as a back-up vocalist for Cee Lo, when Cee Lo shared with her some invaluable advice. Carly had been writing and recording mainstream electro-pop songs, licensing them for use as film title tracks and popular network and cable television show theme songs, placing them with pop artists internationally, and heeding the music industry’s commercial demands of young adult female vocalists. But when Carly confided to Cee Lo that it’s the timeless, classic songs that inspire her most as an artist and songwriter, he encouraged her to re-focus her time and attention on making music that matters to her - music that endures.

And so began the most rewarding, introspective, and authentic adventure of Carly’s career. Aiming to collaborate with the very songwriters whose music originally inspired Carly to become a singer in the first place, Carly sought out such classic songwriters as Jud Friedman and Allan Rich, who penned Whitney Houston’s “Run to You” for “The Bodyguard” soundtrack and Kenny Loggin’s “For the First Time” for the “One Fine Day” soundtrack, Steve Dorff, who composed “Through the Years” for Kenny Rogers and “Miracle” for Celine Dion, Jeff Silbar, who wrote “Wind Beneath My Wings” for Bette Midler, David Wolfert, who wrote “I Believe In You and Me,” recorded by Whitney Houston, Jeff Franzel, who recently wrote “La Tua Semplicita” for Josh Groban and Placido Domingo, Ben Margulies, who wrote “Love Takes Time” with Mariah Carey, Marsha Malamet, who wrote “Lessons to be Learned” for Barbra Streisand, and Frank Wildhorn, who penned #1 hits like Whitney Houston's "Where Do Broken Hearts Go." Carly very quickly gained their respect as an artist and as a writing partner.

Merging warm, nuanced, sensitive, powerhouse vocals, with memorable melodies, meaningful lyrics, and contemporary production styles that integrate select elements from classic pop’s distant and recent past, Carly's record reflects a unique, sophisticated timelessness for the modern adult-contemporary market. Her debut EP "What Love is All About" is available on iTunes, and her upcoming musical "Your Lie in April" makes its world premiere at Tokyo Tatemono Brillia Hall in Tokyo, Japan on July 5, 2020.
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Genres:
Adult-contemporary, Big Band, Big Band Swing, Easy Listening, Musical Theater, Adult Contemporary, Ballads, Power Pop, Smooth Jazz
Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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About Carly Robyn Green

BMG modern adult-contemporary artist, songwriter, and musical theater lyricist Carly Robyn Green… Inspired by Mr. Cee Lo Green.

It was at the Grammy Awards that Carly was singing as a back-up vocalist for Cee Lo, when Cee Lo shared with her some invaluable advice. Carly had been writing and recording mainstream electro-pop songs, licensing them for use as film title tracks and popular network and cable television show theme songs, placing them with pop artists internationally, and heeding the music industry’s commercial demands of young adult female vocalists. But when Carly confided to Cee Lo that it’s the timeless, classic songs that inspire her most as an artist and songwriter, he encouraged her to re-focus her time and attention on making music that matters to her - music that endures.

And so began the most rewarding, introspective, and authentic adventure of Carly’s career. Aiming to collaborate with the very songwriters whose music originally inspired Carly to become a singer in the first place, Carly sought out such classic songwriters as Jud Friedman and Allan Rich, who penned Whitney Houston’s “Run to You” for “The Bodyguard” soundtrack and Kenny Loggin’s “For the First Time” for the “One Fine Day” soundtrack, Steve Dorff, who composed “Through the Years” for Kenny Rogers and “Miracle” for Celine Dion, Jeff Silbar, who wrote “Wind Beneath My Wings” for Bette Midler, David Wolfert, who wrote “I Believe In You and Me,” recorded by Whitney Houston, Jeff Franzel, who recently wrote “La Tua Semplicita” for Josh Groban and Placido Domingo, Ben Margulies, who wrote “Love Takes Time” with Mariah Carey, Marsha Malamet, who wrote “Lessons to be Learned” for Barbra Streisand, and Frank Wildhorn, who penned #1 hits like Whitney Houston's "Where Do Broken Hearts Go." Carly very quickly gained their respect as an artist and as a writing partner.

Merging warm, nuanced, sensitive, powerhouse vocals, with memorable melodies, meaningful lyrics, and contemporary production styles that integrate select elements from classic pop’s distant and recent past, Carly's record reflects a unique, sophisticated timelessness for the modern adult-contemporary market. Her debut EP "What Love is All About" is available on iTunes, and her upcoming musical "Your Lie in April" makes its world premiere at Tokyo Tatemono Brillia Hall in Tokyo, Japan on July 5, 2020.
Show More
Genres:
Adult-contemporary, Big Band, Big Band Swing, Easy Listening, Musical Theater, Adult Contemporary, Ballads, Power Pop, Smooth Jazz
Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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