DUE VOCI – Songwriter Diane Warren’s Hits Classically Reinterpreted
LOS ANGELES, March 17 /PRNewswire/ — Legendary songwriting machine Diane Warren, who has penned some of the most recognizable songs over the past 25 years, has joined forces with GrammyÃ‚®-winning producer Humberto Gatica (Michael Buble, Celine Dion) and created Due Voci, featuring the magnificent voices of Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton singing classic reinterpretations of Warren’s many hits. Their self-titled debut release DUE VOCI is scheduled for a June 8th release, it was announced today by Universal Music Enterprises (UME).
Warren who has penned over 90 top ten hits in the course of her remarkable career, including “Unbreak My Heart,” “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing, “Because You Loved Me,” “If I Could Turn Back Time,” and “How Do I Live,” said that she found “the perfect voices” in the pairing of Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton after a year and a half search and hundreds of auditions. “Their classic versions of my songs, along with several new ones that I’ve written for Due Voci, was a dream come true for me as a songwriter,” stated Warren.
Simultaneous to the release of DUE VOCI on June 8th will be a PBS Special, “Diane Warren: Love Songs,” an 80-minute PBS special some of the musical legends who first recorded them, including Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan, and LeAnn Rimes who will be joining the Due Voci voices of Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton.
Kelly Levesque, who has performed with Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban, was also a member of the trio group Three Graces. She has worked with producer/songwriters David Foster, Desmond Child, The Matrix, Trevor Horn, and the Neptunes. Tyler Hamilton was a top 10 finalist on “Canadian Idol” and has performed with Katharine McPhee and David Foster.
SOURCE Universal Music Enterprises