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Over the course of a distinguished 30-year career, Barry Singer has written extensively about the arts for The N.Y. Times Arts & Leisure section, The New Yorker, New York Magazine and The N.Y. Times Magazine, as well as Opera News, among many others. He is the author of BLACK AND BLUE: The Life and Lyrics of Andy Razaf, a N.Y. Times Notable Book of the Year; ALIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD, winner of an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for excellence in music writing; and EVER AFTER: The Last Years of Musical Theater and Beyond. He is the founder and proprietor of CHARTWELL BOOKSELLERS, one of New York City's last independent bookstores, now in its 30th year. His newest book is CHURCHILL STYLE: The Art of Being Winston Churchill, recently published by Abrams Image.

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~Books~
"Should readjust our perspective on the history of American popular song."
-Newsweek
Winner ASCAP DEEMS TAYLOR AWARD for Music Writing.
"A superbly written, utterly fascinating survey of the recent, largely unchronicled history of the American musical."
--Robert Kimball
~Miscellaneous~
Articles from The New York Times, The New Yorker and more.