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Artwork for How Love Should Go

How Love Should Go
Nick Luckenbaugh

A solo for mezzo.
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About the song

From "Royal Fables" - a song and dance cycle about the fairy tale princesses that inspire us all. Performed by Rose Red, a sad and jaded young women who's only been passed over by love. Style reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks, and Patty Griffin.

Additional audio available for listening at https://soundcloud.com/amyandnick/how-love-should-go

The sheet music is available in the following keys/versions: Eb, D.

Music and Lyrics by Nick Luckenbaugh
Arrangements by Jeremy M. Franze
Production by Peter J. Gamble
Performed by Hayley Biegel
Guitar: Jeremy M. Franze

About the composer

See 7 more songs by the composer.

Nick is a multi-faceted professional based in New York City, where he works as a fundraiser, songwriter, and professional game master for tabletop roleplaying games.

As a songwriter, Nick takes his influences from both in and out of the theater. His songs have been seen in various venues across NYC including 54 Below, Atlantic Theater Company, Sidewalk Cafe, The Path Cafe, The Underground Lounge, The Cellar at The West End, and Lincoln Center, where he has been featured three times in the Broadway's Future Songbook Series. His musical Royal Fables (2015 New York Innovated Theatre Award nomination for "Outstanding Original Music") was one of four American projects shortlisted for the 2016 KSF Foundation "Artists of Choice" Award. He is also a three-time honoree of the SongDoor International Songwriting Competition.

More info at www.nickluckenbaugh.com

Twitter: @luckynick
Website: www.nickluckenbaugh.com
Email: nick.luckenbaugh@gmail.com

Princess    Folk    Fairy Tale    mezzo    Ballad