My collaboration with Ronny Whyte, "WHEN I'M WITH YOU" (Instrumental jazz recording) was featured on the CW network's hit show "THE FLASH", "All Doll'd Up" on November 13, 2018 at 8:00 PM EST.
My jazz song "I've Got You To Love" (Piano recording by Daniel May) was featured on Lethal Weapon, series 2, episode 12 "Diggin' Up Dirt" on Fox TV January 9th. at 8 PM ET.The popular series based on the movie and stars Damon Wayans & Clayne Crawford.
My Jazz Collaboration with Ronny Whyte,
"WHEN I'M WITH YOU"
from my CD "CONNECTIONS" was featured on the hit
Netflix series "Wet Hot American Summer",
Season 1, Episode 6 on August 4, 2017.
The show stars Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Molly Shannon and Janeane Garofalo.
"Look At What Love's Done To Me" recorded by Perry Danos from Bob's "FRIENDS" CD was prominently featured in th Canadian Movie, "Bruno & Boots: The Wizzle Wars" on April 1, 2017 that starred comedian/actress Caroline Rhea.
"I'VE GOT YOU TO LOVE" and "WHEN I'M WITH YOU" from Bob's 'CONNECTIONS' CD were featured on the hit Bravo series "A Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce" on Tuesday night, February 23, 2016 at 10 PM.
"I'VE GOT YOU TO LOVE" from Bob's "CONNECTIONS" CD was featured on the ABC hit series 'QUANTICO' on Sunday night, December 13, 2015 at 10 PM.
"THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL GET FROM ME" recorded by Perry Danos for Bob's 'FRIENDS' CD was featured November 27 at 10 PM on the HBO series HUNG, episode #29 / 309, thanks to CRUCIAL MUSIC in LA. Seems like a very appropriate song for this show!
"WHAT DO I DO NOW?" recorded by Perry Danos for the "Out In the Cold" CD was featured on August 2010 on A&E's new hit dramatic series THE GLADES™, episode 103. Australian actor Matt Passmore stars as Jim Longworth as homicide detective from Chicago who relocates to Palm Glade, Florida, where people keep turning up murdered. This placement thanks to CRUCIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING in Malibu, California! The Glades - A&E TV
"PARIS WITHOUT YOU" recorded by Perry Danos for Bob's first CD, “Out In The Cold” CD was featured in the Touchstone Movie (Disney Films), “YOU AGAIN”, released September 24, 2010 staring Kristen Bell, Betty White, Sigourney Weaver, Kristin Chenoweth, Jamie Lee Curtis, Choris Leachman, Victor Garber and Patrick Duffy. YouTube - YOU AGAIN movie trailer
"WHY PRETEND", recorded by Perry Danos on Bob's 'OUT IN THE COLD' CD was featured on ABC Family's hit series, "GREEK" October 19, 2009.
"WHY PRETEND", was also featured on TNT's hit series 'SAVING GRACE' on July 28, 2009 at 10 PM. Episode #306 is titled "THAT WAS NO FIRST KISS".Saving Grace on TV.com
"A LITTLE BIT MORE", the title track from Bob's CD with Jon Burr (vocals by Lynn Stein) was nominated for the 2017 "JUST PLAIN FOLKS" Music Awards (song and CD). A great honor indeed! There were over 17,400 albums and 240,000 songs submitted from 200 countries. "WHY CAN'T WE LINGER IN SPRING", Bob's collaboration with Harriet Goldberg from Bob's "CONNECTIONS" CD recorded by Krisanthi Pappas was also nominated for best Jazz Vocal.
"THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL GET FROM ME", recorded by Perry Danos from my CD "Me + My BestFriends" was nominated for a 2009 JPF Award in the Jazz Vocal category. Songs were submitted from 160 countries around the world and a total of 560,000 songs were submitted worldwide. http://www.justplainfolks.org/
Bob Levy was honored as a 2014 MAC Award Nominee
for OUTSTANDING SONG OF THE YEAR
for"HE REMEMBERS, SHE REMEMBERS"
Co-written with Alex Rybeck & recorded by by Joyce Breach.
Bob Levy was honored as a 2008 MAC Award nominee for OUTSTANDING SONG OF THE YEAR for"THIS TIME",co-written and recorded by Singer/Songwriter Karen Jacobsen
"The songs of Bob Levy are a resource well worth mining when looking for good new material, and this festive celebration was as fine an introduction to his work as one could wish for. Sue Matsuki and Dane Vannatter co-hosted the proceedings with equal measures of affection and admiration, and they shared the singing honors with several other performers. To a man (or woman), all of the artists did commendable work, with Laurie Krauz knocking it out of the ballpark with her three numbers." Roy Sander, New York critic and columnist