Peter McCann (born March 6, 1948 to Donal George McCann and Amelia Hennigan in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is an American songwriter and recording artist, who currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee. He grew up with his seven siblings in the family house in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Among his siblings are Michael McCann, who recorded the album Soldier's Songs. In the early 1970s Peter was a member of the Bridgeport-based folk-rock band Repairs, which released two albums on various Motown subsidiaries. In 1976, as a staff writer signed to ABC Music in Los Angeles, he wrote "Right Time of the Night" which would become a Top Ten hit in the spring of 1977 for Jennifer Warnes.