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John Bucchino

John Bucchino's songs have been performed and recorded by renowned pop, theatre, cabaret and classical artists including Liza Minnelli, Barbara Cook, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Judy Collins, Yo Yo Ma, Art Garfunkel, Patti LuPone, Deborah Voight, Michael Feinstein, Audra McDonald, The Boston Pops, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera, The Hollywood Bowl, The Sydney Opera House and The White House.

Among his honors are The Johnny Mercer Songwriter Award, The ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award, The Jonathan Larson Award, The Kleban Award, The Los Angeles Ovation Award (for the revue ITS ONLY LIFE), The DVD Premiere Award (for the song Better Than I), and the first annual Fred Ebb Award.

He has written scores for the musicals URBAN MYTHS, LAVENDER GIRL, Broadways A CATERED AFFAIR (winner of the Drama League Award for Best Musical, with a book by Harvey Fierstein), ITS ONLY LIFE, and the Dreamworks animated film JOSEPH, KING OF DREAMS, and lyrics for the childrens musical SIMEONS GIFT (with a book by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton and music by Ian Fraser). Some recordings of his work are: GRATEFUL, THE SONGS OF JOHN BUCCHINO (with companion songbook), SOLITUDE LESSONS (another collection of original songs), ON RICHARD RODGERS PIANO (solo piano interpretations of Rodgers songs on the composers own Steinway), and the PS Classics releases of the ITS ONLY LIFE (with companion songbook) and A CATERED AFFAIR cast albums. As part of their Julie Andrews Collection, Harper Collins published a children's book, based on Johns song, called Grateful, A Song of Giving Thanks which was awarded the Parents Choice Gold Award.

One White Dress

From A Catered Affair.In the show, this song included interjections by another character. Those have been removed in this solo version.

Don't Ever Stop Saying I Love You (Duet or Solo)

From A Catered Affair. The Duet version of the song is as performed in the show. In the solo version of the song, the first few lines of the lyric are different from the show version.

I Stayed

From A Catered Affair.