Bean, Burgess, Murney, Hoffman and More Help Alan Celebrate "Keys" CD Dec. 1

News   Bean, Burgess, Murney, Hoffman and More Help Alan Celebrate "Keys" CD Dec. 1 Composer-lyricist Scott Alan, who also produces the monthly Monday Nights, New Voices cabaret series, celebrates the release of his new recording, "Keys: The Music of Scott Alan," Dec. 1.
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A host of theatre favorites will join Alan for a performance and CD signing at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes & Noble beginning at 7:30 PM. Scheduled for the one-night-only event are Shoshana Bean, Lisa Brescia, Tituss Burgess, Danny Calvert, Jackie Hoffman, Marcus Paul James, Carly Jibson, Julia Murney, Katie Thompson and Natalie Weiss. The Lincoln Triangle Barnes & Noble is located in Manhattan at 1972 Broadway at 66th street.

On Jan. 12, 2009, Alan will perform songs from his latest CD at the famed jazz club Birdland. Guest artists for the 7 PM concert will be announced at a later date. For reservations call (212) 581-3080.

The complete track listing for "Keys," which is now available on iTunes and CDBaby.com, follows:

"It's Good to See You Again" - Sung by Marcus Paul James
"West" - Sung by Julia Murney
"Blessing" - Sung by Tituss Burgess and Jenn Colella
"And There It Is" - Sung by Lisa Brescia
"The Dress" - Sung by Randy Graff
"This Time" - Sung by Heidi Blickenstaff
"Behind These Walls" - Sung by Kerry Ellis
"How Did I End Up Here?" - Sung by Norm Lewis
"His Name" - Sung by Kate Wetherhead
"The Dance" - Sung by Megan Hilty
"Again" - Sung by Hadley Fraser
"The Distance You Have Come" - Sung by Natalie Weiss featuring the Monday Nights, New Voices Choir
"Always" - Sung by Sutton Foster

The album, which was produced by composer Alan, features orchestrations and arrangements penned by James Abbott, Barbara Anselmi, Sam Davis, Tom Kitt and Jesse Vargas.