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Lisa O’Hare releases charity single written by composers Daniel and Laura Curtis

‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ star, Lisa O’Hare releases charity single today written by composers Daniel and Laura Curtis.

The new song, ‘All Your Dreams’, is available on iTunes and Amazon MP3. All profits for the song will be going to children’s charity St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The charity aims to ensure every child suffering from cancer, irrespective of economic status, receives the best chance of surviving the disease and leading a full, healthy, and happy life.

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Composers, Dan and Laura Curtis, are very excited to be sharing this lullaby aimed at celebrating children around the world and the significance of raising awareness to the powerful work that St. Jude does every year. The Curtis’ are very excited to have the chance to work with Lisa O’ Hare on ‘All Your Dreams’. When asked about their collaboration with Lisa, Daniel Curtis remarked, “Lisa’s voice provided everything we were hoping to bring to this lullaby. With the birth of our first child, William, we both knew that we wanted to write a song that would hopefully live in the hearts of many parents as a tribute to the treasure it is to be a parent. Lisa brought such beautiful emotion to the song within her voice and we could not be more thrilled with how this piece has turned out. She has been wonderful to work with.”

Lisa O’Hare – All Your Dreams

Lisa shared these words about her enthusiasm to the song, the charity, and her anticipation of becoming a new mother. “I am so thrilled and honored to be involved in this project for St Jude. The song has a special resonance with me as I am about to embark on the wonderful journey into motherhood. We are expecting our little girl in September and I cannot wait to hold her and sing this beautiful lullaby to her.

Lisa O’Hare began her career as an English stage actress and has played both Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady and Mary Poppins on the West End and UK stage. She more recently appeared in several prime-time American television shows on TNT, ABC, and NBC. In 2011, she played Sally Bowles in Cabaret for the Reprise Theatre Company at the Freud Playhouse. She won the LA Drama Critics Circle Award for Lead Performance. Lisa originated the role of Sibella Hallward, in Broadway’s Tony Award Winning Musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.

Daniel and Laura Curtis, last album ‘Love on 42nd Street’ featuring artists such as: Lea Salonga, Sierra Boggess, Samantha Barks, and Ramin Karimloo, topped the iTunes Vocal Chart and the Amazon Broadway Chart. The album was followed up by the chart topping singles ‘When You Smile’ featuring Laura Osnes and ‘Find the Best of Me’ featuring Cheyenne Jackson.

The Curtis’ will be in the studio three more times in September, recording with other Broadway stars. When asked about their successes in music, Daniel Curtis had this to say. “It is an honour for us to continue our passion for music by working with the amazing artists we have over the years. Music gives words to the emotions that we all have in common, and we are so privileged to be able to share it on a global scale.

Last Updated Saturday 12th September 2015


  • Neil Cheesman

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