Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth interview with Harriet Schock, Multi-Award Winning Singer / Songwriter
About Harvey's guest:
Today’s guest is Harriet Schock, a renowned, multi-award winning singer / songwriter and multi-platinum recording artist and performer, whose haunting melodies and introspective lyrics have delivered some of the most beloved songs in popular music. Songs like “Hollywood Town”, which was recorded by Manfred Mann. And “First Time on a Ferris Wheel”, the signature song for Carl Anderson. And “Ain’t No Way to Treat a Lady”, which scored a top 10 hit AND a Grammy nomination for Helen Reddy. And I can’t resist mentioning her first recorded composition, “That’s the Way It is With You”, the 1973 hit song recorded by The Partridge Family.
As a vocalist, singing her own emotionally moving ballads with her crystal clear voice, this brilliant artist has recorded 7 highly acclaimed albums, including “Hollywood Town”, “Rosebud”, “American Romance”, “Breakdown on Memory Lane”, and my favorite, her live album “From Fairfax to Pasadena”. Her songs have been recorded by everyone from Nancy Wilson and Roberta Flack to Lee Greenwood, Johnny Mathis and Smokey Robinson. Her music has been heard in movies like “The Last Dragon”, “Delta Force 2”, “Phantom of the Opera”, and “Lambada”, AND in TV shows including “Trophy Wife”, “The Secret Garden” and “Matters of the Heart”. She was named by Cashbox magazine as the Best New Female Artist – not once but TWICE.
And NOW, she’s the subject of a brand new documentary currently in production, entitled “Hollywood Town: The Harriet Schock Story”.
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