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An Interview With Harriet Schock ~ Songwriter, Recording Artist & Performer

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Sharon Beth interviews Harriet Schock who is currently playing Sally Brooks in the Henry Jaglom play, “Just 45 Minutes from Broadway,” as well as in the upcoming film of the same. She also played Sandi Fuse in Henry Jaglom’s film, “Irene In Time” for which she wrote six songs which she performs on camera with her whole band. Harriet also wrote the words and music to the Grammy-nominated #1 hit for Helen Reddy, "Ain't No Way To Treat A Lady" plus many songs for other artists including Nancy Wilson, Smokey Robinson, Lee Greenwood, Carl Anderson, Gloria Loring, Manfred Mann and the The Little Mermaid (Jodi Benson). Her songs have been featured in numerous films and TV shows, including “The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking, ” “Matters of the Heart,” “Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon,” “Baby Geniuses II,” “Delta Force II,” and the animated “Secret Garden.” Currently she has a PBS Emmy-winning series theme song, "Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks" playing weekly. One of her songs (“You Just Don’t Get Me, Do You?” recorded by Jeannie Kendall was nominated for hot AC single of the year by New Music Weekly in 2006. Her fourth, fifth and sixth and now her seventh CDs, American Romance, Rosebud, Harriet Schock - Live from Fairfax to Pasadena and Breakdown on Memory Lane are in national release, as well as her book, BECOMING REMARKABLE: For Songwriters And Those Who Love Songs. Harriet also won a Dramalogue award for her live show which she has performed worldwide. In 2007, L.A. Women In Music gave Harriet their first Career Achievement and Industry Contribution award. In September, “Missouri Waltz,” a play Karen Black wrote around four of Harriet’s songs played in Hollywood as well as Macon Georgia. Harriet teaches songwriting privately, in classes and online. For her performance schedule, list of credits and samples of her work or information on her songwriting classes and consultation, go to www.harrietschock.com or call 323 934-5691.