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Don Rosler: Bio

Don Rosler, creator, writer and producer of a new concept CD, Rosler's Recording Booth (featuring the fantastical Spottiswoode, Jeremy Sisto, Terry Radigan, Isabel Keating, Kathena Bryant, John Margolis, Tam Lin, Tamara Hey and Jon Albrink) has collaborated with many other stellar artists. As a lyricist, Don recently collaborated with Ten-time Grammy Award winner Bobby McFerrin and co-producers Roger Treece and Linda Goldstein on VOCAbuLarieS, which garnered three 2010 Grammy nominations. VOCAbuLarieS has been internationally recognized as a "masterpiece," "heartstoppingly beautiful," "an instant classic." Treece and Rosler also teamed up to write for the 2009 Grammy Award winning Kings Singers, and one composition for the truly amazing
Chicago Children's Choir.

Described by Singer Magazine as "a must add to any music connoisseur's collection," John Margolis: Christine's Refrigerator -- co-written and co-produced by Don Rosler, received critical attention, JP Folks Awards and considerable airplay across the country. The title track was featured on a "KItchen Stories" report (NPR's "Morning Edition") and on their audio-book, "Hidden Kitchens." Another track from this CD, "Tanta Belleza -- So Much Beauty" was prominently featured in the HBO film, The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt.

1 Recording Booth  
2 You Won't Believe (feat. Spottiswoode)  
3 But a Dream (feat. Tam Lin)  
4 Give It a Whirl (feat. Terry Radigan)  
5 Halfway Honest Living  
6 We'll Have 'em All Over  
7 Hard Goodbye (feat. John Margolis)  
8 Where Do I Come In? (feat. Spottiswoode)  
9 Baby Footprints (feat. Terry Radigan)  
10 Pretty As Ever (feat. Jon Albrink)  
11 Practicing (feat. Carmen Keating & Isabel Keating)  
12 No Sleeping (feat. Terry Radigan)  
13 Doris from Rego Park  
14 First I Draw the Sun (feat. Tamara Hey)  
15 Where I've Been, What I've Done  
16 Take It Slow / "Tunnel of Sound" Chorale  
17 I Will Not Sing A Song (End Segue)  
'Where Do I Come In' (from the CD 'Rosler's Recording Booth')
'Halfway Honest Living' (performed by Jeremy Sisto)
Doris From Rego Park (Old Version) from 'Rosler's Recording Booth' CD

Rosler's Recording Booth, a unique concept CD, written and produced by critically acclaimed songwriter Don Rosler, garnered national attention weeks before its official release date, thanks to the single "Doris from Rego Park" generating buzz on WNYC, WFAN and in Ken Plutnicki's article, "Doris From Rego Park Lives On In Song" in The New York Times. "Doris From Rego Park," performed by Don Rosler, is one of sixteen contemporary songs on Rosler's Recording Booth, featuring ten fantastical artists: Spottiswoode, Jeremy Sisto, Isabel Keating, Terry Radigan, John Margolis, Kathena Bryant (of The Hippy Nuts), Tam Lin, Jon Albrink, Tamara Hey and Don Rosler.

7 New 'ON' this week: 55 Total
Direct: SiriusXM / High Standards
Markets include: New York, Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Houston, Cincinnatti, Chattanooga, Virgin Islands, Canada
Online: BBS, Muruch, Folk Image, WGOE, Humboldt 101

Crossover Media Projects with: Don Rosler