Songwriters from New York

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  1. 88-Keys

    88-Keys

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    American rapper and record producer

  2. Aaron Accetta

    Aaron Accetta

    4 views
    American record producer, musician

  3. Aaron Schroeder

    Aaron Schroeder

    6 views
    American songwriter, music publisher

  4. Abner Silver

    Abner Silver

    3 views
    American songwriter

  5. Adam Green

    Adam Green

    3,177 views
    American singer-songwriter

  6. Akir

    Akir

    10 views
    American hip hop singer

  7. Al Kasha

    Al Kasha

    50 views
    American composer

  8. Al Kooper

    Al Kooper

    187 views
    American musician

  9. Al Lewis (lyricist)

    Al Lewis (lyricist)

    158 views

    Al Lewis (April 18, 1901, New York City – April 4, 1967, New York City) is thought of mostly as a Tin Pan Alley era lyricist; however, he did write music on occasion as well. Professionally he was most active during the 1920s working into the 1950s. During this time, he most often collaborated with popular songwriters Al Sherman and Abner Silver. Among his most famous songs are "Blueberry Hill" and "You Gotta Be a Football Hero". He is not be confused with Al Lewis, the actor best known for The Munsters.


  10. Alan Jay Lerner

    Alan Jay Lerner

    1,405 views
    American, Playwright

  11. Alan Merrill

    Alan Merrill

    1,083 views
    American musician

  12. Albert Daniels

    Albert Daniels

    9 views
    American, Actor

  13. Alessi Brothers

    Alessi Brothers

    93 views

    The Alessi Brothers are an American pop rock singer-songwriter duo, best known for their 1984 hit "Savin' the Day" and also their 1977 hit "Oh Lori". The duo are identical twin brothers, Bill (Billy) Alessi and Bob (Bobby) Alessi (born 12 July 1953, Long Island, New York).


  14. Alex Young (singer)

    Alex Young (singer)

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    Alexandra “Alex” Young is an American pop singer-songwriter, actress, philanthropist and fashion designer born in New York City on August 29, 1989. She entered the entertainment industry at a very young age. She spent two seasons in the cast of Sesame Street but she always wanted to become a singer. At the age of 13, she released her first studio recording, prompted by the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center, where her father worked. He survived, but Young was moved to record the song "Heart of America” as a tribute and raise funds for those who came to the aid of the less fortunate which was debuted on New York radio station WHZT Z100. She was signed to Indie label, Anaka Records where she released her debut album Amazing in 2009 while juggling classes at Sarah Lawrence College. The album became one of the few independent artists selected as a Walmart Soundcheck Riser “The Next Big Thing” and featured in the Walmart stores. As a fashion designer she also collaborated with Sofista Skirt Company to launch her online boutique A Young Rose.


  15. Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys

    536,187 views
    American singer-songwriter, pianist, and actress

  16. Allan Roberts (songwriter)

    Allan Roberts (songwriter)

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    Allan Roberts (March 12, 1905 – January 14, 1966) was an American musician and songwriter, whose songs, co-written with Doris Fisher and other writers, were successfully recorded by the Mills Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald, the Ink Spots, Billie Holiday, the Andrews Sisters, Marilyn Monroe, Perry Como, and many others.


  17. Alvin Slaughter

    Alvin Slaughter

    452 views

    Alvin Slaughter is an American gospel musician, worship leader, singer-songwriter.


  18. Andrew B. Sterling

    Andrew B. Sterling

    2 views
    American songwriter

  19. Andrew Revkin

    Andrew Revkin

    0 views
    American, Writer

  20. Andrew Shapiro

    Andrew Shapiro

    2 views

    Andrew Shapiro (born September 5, 1975) is an American composer and songwriter. His work has been described as a blend of classical and popular music, "blending the minimalist influence of Philip Glass with the moody pop sensibility of '80s New Wave" (New Music Box magazine).


  21. Angelo Petraglia

    Angelo Petraglia

    2 views
    Record producer and songwriter

  22. Anne Preven

    Anne Preven

    25 views

    Anne Preven is a Grammy and Academy Award nominated American songwriter, musician, and record producer. As a member of the alternative rock band Ednaswap, she co-wrote "Torn" which was covered by Natalie Imbruglia and became a worldwide number one airplay song, spending 14 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay Chart in the US. "Torn" has sold an estimated four million copies, it is certified platinum in three countries, and was declared the "number one radio single of the 1990's" by radio personality Rick Dees. Ednaswap released three albums and an EP and toured the US with bands such as No Doubt and Weezer.


  23. Annie Lanzillotto

    Annie Lanzillotto

    1 view

    Annie Lanzillotto (born June 1, 1963 Bronx, New York) is an American author, poet, songwriter, director, actor, performance artist, of Italian descent. Her book, L Is for Lion: An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir was published by State University of New York Press 2013. Her book of poetry, Schistsong was published by Bordighera Press. 2013. Her performance work has been profiled by David Gonzalez in The New York Times. She has been interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio's Here On Earth: Radio Without Borders. She is a member of Actors' Equity, Malìa: a Collective of Italian American Women, The Italian American Writers Association (IAWA), a blogger for i-Italy.com. and has been a Writer-in-Residence at Hedgebrook, Santa Fe Art Institute and New Jersey City University. Lanzillotto has shared her history for the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College's Documenting Lesbian Lives Oral History Project. She has taught Solo-Theater at The Actor's Theatre of Louisville.


  24. Anthony Santos

    Anthony Santos

    40,310 views
    Dominican, Singer

  25. Antoinette (rapper)

    Antoinette (rapper)

    165 views
    American rapper

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