Jill O’Hara is an American singer-songwriter and major label debut album recording artist. She had two top 20 singles in the UK, “Can’t Fight This Feeling” and “Where I Wanna Be”.
The “nita in big love” is a singer and songwriter who has been in the music industry for over 30 years. She was also a contestant on season 10 of American Idol.
Jill O’Hara hails from a long line of entertainers who have worked in music, television, film, and New York and regional theater. Jill O’Hara was born in Warren, Pennsylvania, in 1947, and is the youngest of three children of Edith O’Hara, who was an actress and member of the Warren Players, a regional theater company at the time. As teenagers, Jill and her sister, Jenny O’Hara, worked in the company’s productions, and Jenny went on to become a successful television and movie actress, specializing in comedy. Meanwhile, Jill O’Hara relocated to New York, where she began her acting career, with highlights include portraying Sheila in the first Public Theater production of Hair in 1967, as well as performing on the original off-Broadway cast recording. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in David Merrick’s Promises, Promises, and was featured on the cast album; her performance of Burt Bacharach’s “Knowing When to Leave” from that show was chosen for inclusion in the Burt Bacharach box set anthology The Look of Love: The Burt Bacharach Collection. Edith O’Hara began her career in New York in the 1960s, and she became a staple of the Greenwich Village theatrical scene when she formed The 13th Street Theater, which has served as a training ground for aspiring theater professionals in the city since the 1970s. Jill’s brother, Jack O’Hara, has had a lengthy career in music, including being a founding member of the pioneering pub rock band Eggs Over Easy. Jill O’Hara successfully remade herself as a cabaret singer in the 1990s.
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“promises, promises choreography” is a song by Jill O’Hara. It was released as the lead single from her second studio album “Promises”. The song was written by O’Hara and co-written by Darryl Pearson.
- 1968 musical with astrological theme
- i say a little prayer promises, promises
- 1968 broadway musicals
- hair musical songs in order
- audition songs for promises, promises