Sh-K-Boom Records is giving Playbill readers an exclusive listen to the track "Do Over" from the original Broadway cast album for Gettin’ the Band Back Together. Listen to the song, below, ahead of the album's digital release.
You can pre-order the album here. It will be available in digital and streaming formats from Sh-K-Boom Records September 28.
Gettin’ the Band Back Together wrapped up its Broadway run at the Belasco Theatre September 16. The show, directed by Tony winner John Rando with choreography by Chris Bailey, played 30 previews and 40 regular performances.
In Gettin’ the Band Back Together, a 40-year-old, out-of-work banker, played by Mitchell Jarvis, moves back in with his mother and decides to reunite his old high school rock band. The new musical comedy began previews July 19 at the Belasco Theatre, where it officially opened August 13.
Gettin’ the Band Back Together features a book by Ken Davenport (who also produced) and the performance group Grundleshotz, who helped develop the show. Mark Allen penned the score, and Sarah Saltzberg (a member of Grundleshotz) provided additional material.
Music direction is by Sonny Paladino, and orchestrations are by Doug Katsaros and Sonny Paladino. The album was produced by Paladino, Davenport, Hunter Arnold, Roy Putrino, Scott Abrams, Diego Kolankowsky, Rob Kolson, and Allen.
See the full track list for the cast album below.
2. How Does Your Mouthfeel
3. One of Those Guys
4. Gettin' the Band Back Together
5. Find the One
6. Best Day of My Life
7. Best Day of My Life (Reprise)
8. WWJPD (What Would Joe Perry Do)
9. Hava Nagila
10. Second Chances
11. I Just Want Real
12. Life Without Parole
13. Battle of Your Life
14. Bart's Confession
15. Best Band in the World
16. Do Over
17. Jersey (Reprise)
The principal cast of Gettin’ the Band Back Together also featured Marilu Henner, Jay Klaitz as Bart Vickers, Manu Narayan, Paul Whitty, Sawyer Nunes, Kelli Barrett, Becca Kötte, Garth Kravits, Tamika Lawrence, Noa Solorio, and Brandon Williams.
Completing the Broadway cast were Lindsey Brett Carothers, Ryan Duncan, Scott Richard Foster, Jenny Hill, Nehal Joshi, J. Elaine Marcos, Rob Marnell, Jasmin Richardson, Ian Ward, and Tad Wilson.