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Bob Levy is an award winning ASCAP songwriter. His song 'Paris Without You' was featured in the Touchstone film 'You Again' starring Betty White. His songs have also been placed on TV in 'Lethal Weapon', 'Wet Hot American Summer', 'Quantico', 'Girlfriends' Guide', 'Saving Grace', 'The Glades', 'Hung' and 'Greek'. He also had a song prominently featured in the 2017 Canadian movie, 'Bruno & Boots'. In 2007 'A Musical Celebration', a showcase of Bob’s songs was presented at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City. The same year ASCAP selected his song “Paris Without You” for their Emerging Jazz Writers broadcast series. Bob's songs have been performed at the NY Sheet Music Society, The Boston Cabaret Songwriter's Showcase and he was the featured songwriter at the 2013 Provincetown Cabaret Festival. Bob is a four time MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets in NYC) nominee for song of the year and CD, winning in 2019 for “Best As I Can”, his collaboration with Alex Rybeck. Bob's CD's are played on Pandora (Bob Levy Radio) as well as jazz stations in the US and Europe. He has released ten CD's: “Out In the Cold”, “Me + My Best Friends”, “Off His High Horse”, “Fire In My Soul”, “A Little Bit More”, “Connections”, “Love Could Pass Us By”, “Lost For Words”, “Only A Matter of Time” and “Why Wait?” 2019

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Only a Matter of Time (Silk River Music) February 26, 2018 Reviewed by John Hoglund for Cabaret Scenes

Bob Levy is a 2019 MAC Award nominee for his songwriting and for this CD. This only adds to his mounting merits over the years. Some hip jazz songwriters add gusto and guts to their musical style using a mix of heart and wit in sync with something that is unique. Levy is a quirky lyricist who falls somewhere in a league with Bob Dorough and Blossom Dearie. He can also be a heartbreaker. Most of his songs are personalized and not script friendly. Sondheim he’s not.

Bob Levy is an old-fashioned type of guy

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