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Peter McCann (born March 6, 1948 in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is an American songwriter and recording artist, who currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1977, as a staff writer signed to ABC Music in Los Angeles, he wrote the hit single "Right Time of the Night" for Jennifer Warnes. Three months later he reached #5 on the Top 100 as an artist with his self-penned hit “Do You Wanna Make Love” that was produced by Hal Yoergler. His record was an International hit reaching high chart positions in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. His song “Take Good Care of My Heart,” appeared on Whitney Houston’s first album as a duet with Jermaine Jackson. Houston’s first release was, at the time, the biggest selling female debut album of all time.
After moving to Nashville in 1985 his chart Country hits included “Nobody Falls Like a Fool” sung by Earl Thomas Conley, “She’s Single Again” by Janie Fricke and “Treat Me Like a Stranger,” recorded by Baillie and the Boys.
Other artists who have recorded his songs include Kenny Rogers, Michael McDonald, Anne Murray, Kathy Mattea, Isaac Hayes, Buck Owens, John Travolta, Crystal Gayle, Ricky Nelson, Shaun Cassidy, Paul Anka, Reba McEntire, Julio Iglesias, Ricky Skaggs, K.T. Oslin, Karen Carpenter, The Oak Ridge Boys, Nicolette Larson and many more.
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