Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

Felice Kaye-Cooper / Songwriter

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Pop - Classic | Teaneck, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 31,821   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 8/3/2018

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Felice Kaye-Cooper is the daughter of Conductor/Arranger Murray Kaye who worked closely with Perry Como, Alan Paul (Manhattan Transfer), Tony Bennett and some of the best in the music business. I have a BA and MA in music composition and theory. I am also a member of BMI, Taxi and have been honored by Billboard Mag for their 2006 Songwriter's Contest,The Great American Song Contest and was honored by BROADJAM in the Top Ten Pop-Classic and Latin category and the Top Ten in the New Jersey Region etal. and most recently in the Latin Spotlight for "The Lonely Guitar", thanks Broadjam fans! Music is going retro and some of the greats are going back to the Great American Song Book. Why not perform something "NEW" that has that retro feel. Stay tuned...It's only just begun.

P,S. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME A SONG MADE YOU CRY? Check out "Why DId I Lose You" with the beautiful vocal of Isaak James!

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Latest News

The past few weeks have been exciting and rewarding. "Don't Break My Heart Again ' was selected for a project and my new pieces are being received very well by my fellow artists. I guess the hard work is paying off. Thanks Broadjam.


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Just posted a new piece called Tango d'Amore. I think it will make you want to dance🎹🎶

   
 
Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat posted over 30 days ago


Last song didn't fool me for 5 seconds! Ha Ha! Got Your number Girl! You must have started playing when you were in your last lifetime! Catnip


Feline Beacon posted over 30 days ago


Hello Felice...in response to your wondering what version of "Your Child is Calling You" I reviewed, it was the one with a Rhodes-like electric piano and what sounded like MIDI layered strings and glock behind it.


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