Author Archive for: Peter Link
Peter Link (composer/record producer) won the NY Drama Desk Award for his musical, Salvation, out of which came his first Gold Record, If You Let Me Make Love To You, Then Why Can't I Touch You? which sold over two million records. He is a two-time Tony Award Nominee for his musical scores of Joseph Papp's Much Ado About Nothing and Neil Simon's The Good Doctor. His Broadway credits include Ulysses In Nighttown (Zero Mostel), Lysistrata (Melina Mercouri), The Mighty Gents (Morgan Freeman), Trelawney Of The Wells at Lincoln Center (Meryl Streep, Michael Tucker, Mandy Patinkin, John Lithgow) and King Of Hearts.
He composed, produced and directed The Jenny Burton Experience. The group swept all the major NYC cabaret awards for Best Vocal Group during their more than 7-year run in NYC including the Backstage Bistro Award, The Critics Choice Award and The MAC Award and Entertainers Of The Year.
He wrote and produced Julia Wade’s CDs, Upon The Mountain, Story For The Ages, Alabado sea Dios, Every Day, Affirmations and most recently, Solos. He is married to Julia, who is the soloist at The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston.
He has also produced many CDs. Among them are Mindy Jostyn, Coming Home, a solo CD for Steve Blanchard, star of Beauty And The Beast on Broadway, Shepherd for guitarist Bobby Stanton, a new CD of children’s songs, entitled For Kids Only and solo CD for Jenny Burton, entitled, I Think On These Things, Osceola Davis’ CD, Climbing High Mountains and his own CDs, Ode To Joy and his recently released Goin’ Home. He is CEO and creative director for Watchfire Music and on-line Inspirational music company – watchfiremusic.com.
For complete info on Peter Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Link
For more information, please visit watchfiremusic.com.
Entries by Peter Link
My life works best when my thought is straight. I think every average Joe understands this simple truth. But today I’d like to take this idea several steps further and consider that all existence, all action, all things spring from our thinking. Think negative thoughts; we get negative results. One of my deepest beliefs in life is that the good I do equals the good I receive. So I do know that all that I do in life starts first and evolves from thought, from my thinking. When things start to go bad, I’ve learned to not try to change… Read more.
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