John Debney scores Valentine's Day
Award-winning composer reunites
with Gary Marshall for the 6th time.
The reason this time is to score the romantic-comedy
Patrick Dempsey, Taylor Swift, Jamie Foxx, Taylor Lautner,
Anne Hathaway, George Lopez and many more.
Valentine’s Day opens in the USA in theaters on Feb. 12.
Along with writing an original score for the film, Debney
also re-unites with lyricist Glen Ballard to create the
song “Every Time You Smile” performed by Carina Round.
Currently Debney is receiving critical acclaim for his score
to the dramatic film The Stoning of Soraya M. and is
scoring the highly anticipated Marvel comic book sequel
Iron Man 2. In June, Debney will travel to the Vatican
for a performance of The Passion Oratorio in
St. Peter’s Square.
Debney’s musical ability knows no boundaries, and his
music sets the tone for films in all genres, from his
Academy Award® nominated score to The Passion of the
Christ to his work on Disney’s Hannah Montana: The Movie;
for which Debney and Glen Ballard created the song
“Butterfly Fly Away” performed by Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus.
Recently Daily Variety devoted an 11 page tribute to
John Debney as the “Billion-Dollar Composer,” because
of his tremendous box office success (films he has scored
have grossed nearly four billion-dollars.)
The all star romantic-comedy Valentine’s Day centers
around intertwining couples and singles in Los Angeles
that break-up and make-up based on the pressures and
expectations of Valentine's Day.
The music - mostly songs - is available from Amazon.com,