Lynne Revo-Cohen is a composer and lyricist of ballads, jazz vocals, adult contemporary, political songs, and children's music. 'A Mother's Love' is based on a poem written to Lynne's mother for her 85th birthday to thank her for giving her children the 'things that matter' - trust, hope, strength, and love. The English version is sung in a heartfelt duet by Danielle Westphal and Michael Sheppard, both superb vocalists and highly regarded performers in the Washington DC area. The Spanish version, 'El Amor de Madre' is sung by Liz Briones, an accomplished vocalist in DC. This is the perfect gift for mothers everywhere for Mother's Day, birthdays, or any occasion. The DVD version brings power to the music with dozens of tender photographs of mothers and their children. Lynne's music has strong emotional content. Lynne's song "When You Fall" was the silver winner for the Mid-Atlantic Songwriters Contest. One of her proudest moments was listening to "This Moment Now", the love song she wrote for her daughter's wedding ceremony. Lynne has written and produced original songs that have received national exposure. She and her colleague Danielle Westphal wrote and produced "I Can Touch The Sun", the theme song and music video for UN Women that was debuted at the United Nations in New York and the Swedish Embassy in DC. Lynne's jazz vocals have been featured on radio and presented in a show called "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" at the ever-famous Blues Alley in Washington DC. She is active in the Songwriters Association of Washington and has produced many songwriter showcases at major venues in DC including the Kennedy Center, The Smithsonian, The Strathmore, and Blues Alley. Lynne's goal is to write and produce music 'til the lights go out.