Keys And Chords
'What Love Is All About' is the new single from "the female Michael Bublé".
As a BMG recording artist and songwriter, Carly Robyn Green has a career that spans the worlds of television, film, radio, and concert halls. She has performed at venues including Madison Square Garden, The Staples Center, The Pantages Theater, Citizens Bank Park, and The Tropicana Hotel & Casino. Carly took the Grammy stage backing up Cee Lo Green at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards, and she has opened for Chris Brown and Buddy Guy, sung alongside Deborah Cox, performed for MTV’s Rock the Vote, and toured as the first spokesinger for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Campaign for pediatric cancer research. Carly’s original songwriting and recording collaborations with Oscar, Grammy, and Tony Award winning co-writers/producers have been featured in over 100 shows across 40 networks, including 30 Rock (NBC), Fashion Star (NBC), Dance Moms (Lifetime), Scandal (ABC), One Life to Live (ABC), Hung (HBO), The Young & The Restless (CBS), Real Housewives (BRAVO), Beauty & the Beast (The CW), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!), Degrassi (Teen Nick), The Real World (MTV), Say Yes to the Dress (TLC), The Real L Word (Showtime), and many shows on OWN, BET, HGTV, Telemundo, The Disney Channel, Telemundo, Fox, Style, VH1, and Oxygen.
Her songs have been selected as themes for shows on WeTV, Logo, and The Movie Network, and as movie promo songs, special feature songs, cues, and title songs for What’s Your Number (20th Century Fox), House Bunny (Sony Pictures), American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars (Universal Pictures), Hanni & Nanni 3 (Universal Pictures), Slightly Single in LA (Imprint Entertainment), and Life Happens (Universal Pictures). Carly’s songs have also been recorded by multi-platinum artists worldwide, including KARA, f(x), Anri, Code-V, Min Hae, Miho Fukuhara, Starmarie, Kaho, Aycan, Roser, and Sandra N. Carly appeared on Broadway Records’ Jekyll & Hyde Concept Record, she is the voice of many viral songs featured on Fox Sports, and she recently finished a modern adult-contemporary record co-written with Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn. Carly is a Philadelphia native and University of Pennsylvania alum now residing in Los Angeles.
More on her website: www.carlyrobyngreen.com