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PBS Preps ‘Diane Warren: Love Songs’ Special

June 8 show coincides with release of ”Due Voci“ album, featuring new versions of songwriter’s greatest hits

Songwriter Diane Warren, who has written more than 90 Top 10 hits, will be the subject of a June 8 PBS special, "Diane Warren: Love Songs." 

Warren partnered with Grammy-winning producer Humberto Gatica (Michael Bublé, Celine Dion) to create Due Voci, featuring Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton singing classic reinterpretations of Warren’s many hits, which include "How Do I Live" and "I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing."

Universal Music Enterprises will release the self-titled debut release "Due Voci" on June 8.

Warren said she conducted hundreds of auditions over a year and a half before finding Levesque and Hamilton. “Their classic versions of my songs, along with several new ones that I’ve written for Due Voci, was a dream come true for me as a songwriter,” Warren said in a statement.

The PBS special, “Diane Warren: Love Songs,” will be 80 minutes featuring some of the singers who first recorded Warren’s songs, including Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan and LeAnn Rimes, as well as Due Voci’s Levesque and Hamilton.