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Meet Steve Dorff: He’s Written Hit Songs For Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Whitney Houston and Others

Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee STEVE DORFF was a guest on the Gary Rivers Show Friday mornings.

He’s a 3 time Grammy and 6 time Emmy nominated songwriter who’s got #1 records across 4 decades.  He’s won 40 BMI awards  and had 20 Top 10 Hits.

Artists who have recorded his songs include: Kenny Rogers’ “Through the Years,” Anne Murray, “I Just Fall in Love Again” ; George Strait, “I Cross My Heart,” Lee Greenwood, “Don’t Underestimate My Love for You,” and Eddie Rabbit, “Every Which Way But Loose”-the title track from Clint Eastwood’s 1978 film.

His songs have charted in 5 successive decades, with #1 records across 4 decades.

He’s touring the country with a show called, “I Wrote That One Too”: An Evening with Steve Dorff: The Hit Songs and the Stories Behind Them.

It’s  evening of songs and the amazing stories behind their creation and the stars that made them famous.

Dorff is a gifted composer in every musical field and has over 28 placements in TV series such as Murphy Brown, Growing Pains, Murder She Wrote, Columbo, Reba, Spenser: For Hire, Just the Ten of Us, The Singing Bee, and feature films such as Every Which Way But Loose, Pure Country, Bronco Billy, Rocky IV, Tin Cup, and Honkytonk Man.

Hear the Interview

For more details about Steve Dorff, please visit www.stevedorff.com.

 

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