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CD REVIEW: Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp: Acoustically Speaking

Reviewer: Emily Garside Recorded live at New York’s Feinstein’s/54 Below, Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp reunite for an acoustic mix of Broadway and Rock-pop. Ranging across classic 80s pop – as Rapp quips he’s ‘very much a child of the 80s’ across contemporary and classic Broadway songs with a twist, there’s a variety brought out by their different musical styles, ...

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CD REVIEW: Melissa Errico: What About Today? – Live at 54 Below

Melissa Errico performs live at 54 Below

Reviewer: Holly Spanner Recorded at the popular New York cabaret and restaurant venue 54 Below, What About Today is a mix of Broadway classics, film tracks and more contemporary songs as well as one of Melissa Errico’s own compositions. A slightly breathless start to the album, maybe through excitement and audience banter, it opens with What About Today by David ...

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CD REVIEW: Annaleigh Ashford: Lost In The Stars – Live at 54 Below

Annaleigh Ashford in Performance

Reviewer: Charlotte Robson Annaleigh Ashford – actress, singer and Tony award nominee – makes her arrival at Studio 54 amid a roaring guitar solo and a piano in full dramatic sing, promising an evening of hits old and new backed up by a personality with force to match the heights of the big voice of her Glinda, Margot and Jeanie. ...

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Marin Mazzie: Make Your Own Kind of Music – Live at 54 Below

Reviewer: Mark Clegg When a Broadway performer tackles one of these intimate cabaret recordings at 54 Below, the results tend to swing one of two ways. They either give the audience what they expect and pepper the program with songs from shows that they are known for, or they ignore their legacy and take the opportunity to perform a whole ...

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CD Review: Michael Cerveris and Loose Cattle – North Of Houston

Vocals: Michael Cerveris and Kimberley Kaye Musicians: Loose Cattle Reviewer: Glen Pearce [rating:4.5]   Those familiar with Broadway stalwart Michael Cerveris may be left somewhat flummoxed by this release. The star of Tommy, Sweeney Todd, Assassins and Evita among others, has forgone the sound of the musical, instead returning to an alternative American musical songbook – that of country and ...

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