Music Industry News Network [08-29-2019]
WE BELONG: Marina V & Dan Navarro Release A Beautiful Rendition Of Pat Benatar's Hit
Award-winning recording artist MARINA V teams up with legendary singer/songwriter, DAN NAVARRO, for their artistic rendition of PAT BENATAR'S 1984 GRAMMY-nominated hit, WE BELONG, released on August 29, 2019.
NAVARRO (co-writer of the song) blends his raspy voice and gentle acoustic guitar with MARINA V's piano and breathy vocal performance.
With a beautiful string section arrangement by acclaimed composer Alex Kharlamov this duet is a timeless and intimate interpretation of this beautiful classic.
Fun fact: Pat Benatar was pregnant while recording this song. Marina was 8 months pregnant while recording this song and making the music video.
About Marina V: The Moscow-born international singer/pianist/songwriter has released 10 solo albums, has written many songs for film/TV and ads, and performed over 1,100 concerts worldwide together with her husband/co-writer, Nick Baker. She’s won multiple awards including one from Sir Bob Geldof. Marina and Nick have recently welcomed their baby girl, Violetta. They reside in Los Angeles. www.MarinaV.com
About Dan Navarro: Dan Navarro is a world-renowned songwriter, who (often with the late Eric Lowen) has written songs for artists as diverse as Pat Benatar, The Bangles, Jackson Browne, and The Temptations. He has advocated for artists and songwriters, on behalf of SAG-AFTRA, Folk Alliance International, SoundExchange, The Recording Academy, and others. Dan maintains a parallel career as a voice actor and singer, in major films like Pirates of the Caribbean 5, The Lorax, Oscar® winners Coco and Happy Feet, and hundreds more. www.DanNavarro.com
Executive Producer: Marina V
Recording Engineered by: Nick Baker
Mixed, edited and mastered by Alex Kharlamov
Strings arranged by Alex Kharlamov
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