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As a lyricist and composer, Haven Gillespie wrote more than 200 compositions in his life, but none more iconic than his reminder to children to be on their best behavior for ole Saint Nick.
The lyricist was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972.
Writer-lyricist Joe DiPietro and songwriter David Bryan, the duo who earned a Tony for their musical Memphis, wrote it, plus the fresh Tony winner for Come from Away, Christopher Ashley, directs.
The first was Briargate's Buddie Roe, fresh off his win at the Houston Rap Battle lyricist competition.
As Hannah Furness reports for the Telegraph, the question of the manuscript's lyricist was pushed to the wayside for decades.
Lead vocalist and lyricist of the best-selling, award-winning and critically acclaimed rock band Elbow, Garvey got married to British actress Rachael Stirling in June of 2016 and is now the proud father of a baby son named Jack.
Produced by Elliott, the album is a lush, layered piece of art bolstered by skillful wordplay from each lyricist.
Composer Tom Kitt and lyricist and librettist Brian Yorkey stretched the boundaries of the form in their alternately unsparing and poetic depiction of the ravages of mental illness.
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