Marsha Malamet
  • GRAMMY nominated songwriter: "Love Don't Need a Reason"
  • Songs recorded by Barbra Streisand, Faith Hill, Luther Vandross and Chaka Khan
  • Released solo debut album "Coney Island Winter" on Decca Records
  • Songwriting coach and mentor



GRAMMY nominated Marsha Malamet has an illustrious career as a songwriter. As a singer/songwriter, she released her debut album "Coney Island Winter" on Decca Records in 1969. Her songs have been recorded by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Faith Hill, Luther Vandross and Chaka Khan among others. She is best known for her historic collaboration with Peter Allen and Michael Callen on the iconic AIDS activist anthem "Love Don't Need A Reason." Today, Marsha continues to work with new artists including Jason Gould, Streisand's son. She is currently working on her next solo project, readying a musical which she wrote with the legendary Disney lyricist, Howard Ashman, and coaching and mentoring new songwriters.