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‘Celebrate Life’ Considered for Best Original Song

Ralph Stevens - Celebrate Life Album Art

“Celebrate Life” – A 2017 consideration for Academy Award nomination as best original song of the year. I collaborated with multiple Grammy nominated Deana Carter, (who also performed the song) for the film “Queen Mimi.

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Ralph Stevens - Queen Mimi poster

About

I am a composer, arranger, performing musician, and studio engineer at my ranch home near Los Angeles.

I am involved in a variety of different types of projects, most recently Queen Mimi
and a song collaboration with Stephen Kalinich for the video “I Wanna Say.”

 

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Video

My composition Celebrate Life from the documentary “Queen Mimi”

https://youtu.be/4zEITdu6bJM

I Want To Say, written by myself and Stephen Kalinich

https://youtu.be/DkS1VWd3SwI

You Touched My World, written by Ralph Stevens  and Stephen J Kalinch

Featuring Vocals by Nicky Egan

https://youtu.be/08BpbTPj8dQ

Audio

Ralph Stevens Music - BloodworthSearch “Ralph Stevens Music” at Soundcloud.com for Cue Sample Library

I wrote this song with actor W. Earl Brown for the movie – “Bloodworth” starring Kris Kristofferson

My and Paul Rosenbaum’s song: “Satellite, Studio Version” being performed by the cast of the classic TV Series “Fame”

 

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Count me in! Song:  Champion Words and Music by: Ralph Stevens and Stephen Kalinich (c) 2017 All rights reserved Ralph Stevens Music (ASCAP) and Stephen Kalinich Music (ASCAP) https://youtu.be/dEhISjmRicUVideo can’t be loaded: Women’s March (https://youtu.be/d...
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This song was written by Stephen Kalinich and myself. Stevie is a spoken word artist and the performer in the video. Stevie collaborated with Brian and Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys on their albums as a lyricist.  “I Wanna Say” is being released on vinyl alo...
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I am proud to announce that I have written and produced a song for the highly acclaimed documentary “Queen Mimi.” It’s the story of Marie, who was forced onto the streets in her 50s, but eventually found “home” at a Santa Monica laundromat. T...
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