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2014

05/10/2014

Mann & Weil appeared on CUNY TV's Theater Talk to discuss Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
Watch Interview

2012

11/21/2012

Recording of Mann/Weil/Leiber/Stoller's "On Broadway" added to 2013 Grammy Hall of Fame.
Read announcement on The Sacramento Bee

7/12/2012

The Song That Conquered Radio: How songwriting spouses Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann joined with Phil Spector and the Righteous Brothers to create one of the most-played songs in history, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
Read story on The Wall Street Journal

7/9/2012

Soul & Inspiration: A Conversation With Songwriters Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, Plus Milan's Calibro 35
Read story on The Huffington Post

7/9/2012

Rockin' Babies Book Review
Read review on Momma T and Baby E

3/15/2012

SXSW Day Two: Springsteen's keynote address: After playing a chunk of the 1965 hit We Gotta Get out of This Place (which actually was written by the American songwriting team of Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), Springsteen declared, "That's every song I've ever written!"
Read story on WBEZ 91.5

3/15/2012

Bruce Springsteen Performs with Members of Low Anthem, Arcade Fire at SXSW: He pulled out an acoustic guitar and played a bit of the Animals We Gotta Get Out of This Place (composed by Brill Building greats Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann). "That's every song I've ever written," Springsteen confessed, "Born To Run, Born in the U.S.A., all of them."
Read story on Paste Magazine

3/15/2012

Springsteen delivers SXSW keynote: The Animals' version of the Barry Mann-Cynthia Weil song We Gotta Get Out of This Place inspired "every song I've ever written" with its class consciousness.
Read story on Chicago Tribune

3/14/2012

Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil to be honored with a "Life In Arts" award at The Idyllwild Arts Gala on March 11,2012. Performers include James Ingram, Steve Tyrell and Barry Mann with the Idyllwild students.
Read about The Idyllwild Arts Gala

2011

11/18/2011

Cynthia appeared on the PBS documentary "Women Who Rock", aired on November 18, 2011.
Watch a video clip
Watch PBS Arts From Cleveland: Women Who Rock

6/27/2011

Sound Opinions with Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil
Listen to podcast

5/20/2011

"Songwriting legend Cynthia Weil pens a kids’ book with daughter Dr. Jenn Berman," examiner.com
Read article on examiner.com

5/6/2011

"Cynthia Weil and Daughter Dr. Jenn Berman Release Co-Authored ‘Rockin‘ Babies’," BMI
Read article on BMI.com

5/5/2011

Cynthia appeared on NY1 to talk about Rockin' Babies.
Watch video clip

5/3/2011

Cynthia appeared on Fox Business News to discuss why 'She's Still Got That Loving Feeling', for the music industry.
Watch video clip

4/11/2011

Cynthia's children's board book, Rockin' Babies, co-written with her daughter, Dr. Jenn Berman got a special mention on Extra TV.
Watch video clip

3/10/2011

Barry and Cynthia will be the recipients of the prestigious Johnny Mercer Award at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Ceremonies June 16, 2011.
Read article on Variety.com
Read article on Examiner.com
Read article on BMI.com

2010

7/31/2010

NY1 TV special on 1650 and the Brill Building
Watch "The Walls Of Sound" on NY1.com

1/20/2010

Cynthia was quoted in USA Today in an article about Song of The Year Grammy winners. Just to be sure she didn't take herself too seriously, they spelled her name wrong.
Read the USA Today article

2009

Exporting a New York Soundtrack - City Room Blog (NYTimes.com)
Read the article on NYTimes.com

The following piece appeared in the New York Times on March 16, 2009. The song featured, Just A Little Lovin, was written by Mann and Weil.
Read the New York Times article

Legends and Lyrics

Barry and Cynthia appeared on the television series, Lyrics and Legends. Barry performed in the round with Motown legend, Lamont Dozer and brilliant songwriter/singer Marc Cohen. Mann and Weil both participated in an interview segment. The show will be aired on PBS in the fall of 09.
Visit Legends and Lyrics - Songwriters in the Round's web site

2005

The Songwriters Hall of Fame honors That Lovin' Feelin'.
Read the interview posted on the UPI website

Barry and Cynthia are one of the seven songwriting teams chronicled in Ken Emerson's book Always Magic In The Air: The Bomp and Brilliance of the Brill Building Era. Emerson manages to combine bios, gossip, music analysis, and social history into a fun and fascinating read.
Amazon.com: Always Magic in the Air: The Bomp and Brilliance of the Brill Building Era

Barry performed at The Whisky a Go-Go in concert for one amazing night with the legendary, yet somehow forgotten, cult rockers "The Possibilities", along with guest stars Carole King, Paul Williams and Gary Burr.
Read a bio of "The Possibilities" (PDF)
Watch the video of Barry's performance in Quicktime or Windows Media

2004

Barry and Cynthia co-host the CBS-Fm Morning Show with Mike Fitzgerald. They will be playing their own favorite songs and the ones they wish they'd written, sharing demos, song stories and fielding phone calls.
Listen to an excerpts from the show (MP3, 5MB)

2003 and before

New York Times: Scenes from a Marriages
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The New York Times, On Stage and Off: Scenes From a Marriage (Jason Zinoman) - The songwriting duo of Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil team up yet again, this time to perform in their own musical at the McGinn/Cazale Theater.
Read the New York Times article

Mann and Weil were interviewed by Steve Sailor of United Press International.
Read the interview posted on the UPI website

TAXI A&R: Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil, Successful Songwriting Team
Read the TAXI A&R interview

Mann and Weil were featured in A&E television's two-hour biography of The Brill Building along with Carole King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and other well-known writers of that period. The program was rerun on September 13th and continues to be shown.

Mann and Weil were interviewed on NPR's Fresh Air.
Listen to the interview with Terry Gross (MP3, 37MB)

Alan Warner's interview
Part 1 of 2 (MP3, 21MB)
Part 2 of 2 (MP3, 24MB)