I had the most delightful interview with my dear friend and co-producer Terry Wollman on his new radio show "Making It with Terry Wollman", at entertalkradio.com. I was honored to be his very first guest. We chatted about life, music, integrity, laughter, and how to make it in the music business. You can listen here...
Melissa Manchester will perform at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford August 9th. She is best known for her hit songs "Don't Cry Out Loud" and "Midnight Blue" (and for co-writing "Whenever I Call You Friend" with Kenny Loggins)...
Delighted to be back on the charts again ... and it's a new one! BIG LIGHT (the dance mix) is on the New York Music Pool dance chart, opening at #44. The duet was originally released on, YOU GOTTA LOVE THE LIFE, one year ago today. This is a dance remix version, a hit in Europe, now crossing the pond.
"You Gotta Love the Life" (for consideration as Song of the Year at The GRAMMYs) from Melissa's 20th album of the same name is directed by Paul Gervasi and captures the inner life of this artist's journey - the grit, the grind and the joy. Check out the NEW music video here!
Singer Melissa Manchester and actress Mira Sorvino lead off the Festival of Arts’ one-night only celebrity benefit concert and performance of the Pageant of the Masters on Saturday, August 29 in Laguna Beach, CA. This red carpet one-night affair will offer guests an evening of music and a special performance of this summer’s popular Pageant of the Masters, titled “The Pursuit of Happiness.The Celebrity Benefit Concert and Pageant of the Masters, is the most entertaining and star-studded night of the summer art season. Other guest celebrities from television scheduled to appear are Paget Brewster, Raymond Cruz, [...]
Don't miss Melissa on Tavis Smiley on PBS on february 19. The legendary singer-songwriter discusses her highly anticipated new album, “You Gotta Love the Life.” Tavis Smiley show is a unique hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with politicians, entertainers, athletes, authors and other newsmakers. Tavis Smiley was named to TIME‘s list of 100 “Most Influential People in the World.” More information on pbs.org
In her premiere appearance at the Grammy Museum for its program “The Drop”, which highlights newly recorded releases on the distribution date, Melissa Manchester talked about her campaign to make an independent record, over 40 years in music and her artistic philosophy. Then, she took the stage and performed several songs. This was an intense, insightful interview with the Grammy Foundation’s Scott Goldman. The sold-out audience at LA Live’s Grammy Museum, filled with musicians, record industry veterans, museum donors and those her daughter Hannah dubbed “fanchesters”, were held by every moment. Afterwards, the Grammy winner signed [...]