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Diane Warren: Love Songs

Airs Sunday, June 6, 2010 at 8 p.m. on KPBS

Above: Diane Warren on stage during the taping of "Diane Warren: Love Songs."

For the past three decades, Diane Warren has put the romance in the soundtrack of our lives. Her songs have sold more records than the Beatles, Elton John and Elvis combined. She has been nominated for Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammys. Two of her songs (“How Do I Live” and “Un-Break My Heart”) are listed in Billboard’s Top 100 of all time.

"Diane Warren: Love Songs" features Grammy-winning and Platinum-selling guest artists Gloria Estefan, Eric Benét and LeAnn Rimes and others performing some of Warren’s biggest hits. There are also special appearances by other superstars such as Celine Dion.

"Diane Warren: Love Songs" is also the world premiere of Warren’s new musical project Due Voci (Two Voices) featuring international singing sensations Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton. For this project, Warren collaborated with Grammy Award-winning record producer Humberto Gatica on a reinterpretation of some of her most popular songs.

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Preview: Diane Warren: Love Songs

Above: For the past three decades Diane Warren has put romance in the sound track of our lives. Her songs have sold more records than the Beatles, Elton John, and Elvis combined. Taped at the historic Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, California, "Diane Warren: Love Songs" features Grammy winning and Platinum selling guest artists Gloria Estefan, Eric Benet, LeAnn Rimes and others performing some of Diane Warren's biggest hits in front of a live orchestra.

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