Exclusive Listen! Adrienne Warren Sings Whitney Houston Power Ballad

News   Exclusive Listen! Adrienne Warren Sings Whitney Houston Power Ballad
 
Hear the Shuffle Along Tony nominee perform a song originally written for Whitney Houston on the new Frank Wildhorn and Friends live album.
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Adrienne Warren Monica Simoes

Adrienne Warren, a 2016 Tony Award nominee for her performance in Shuffle Along, performs a song originally written for pop star Whitney Houston on the new album Frank Wildhorn and Friends: Bonnie & Clyde and a Whole Lotta Jazz being released June 3 from Broadway Records.

Written by Wildhorn for Houston as a follow up to her hit “Where Do Broken Hearts Go?” (which Wildhorn also wrote), “What I Do Best” was never recorded by the late Grammy winner. The song was later recorded by Robin S.

Listen to Warren's track, available exclusively on Playbill.com:


The album also features Bonnie & Clyde stars Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan, and original Wonderland star Janet Dacal. It is produced by Michael J. Moritz, Jr.

The track list follows:
“How ‘Bout A Dance?” - Laura Osnes
“When I Drive” - Jeremy Jordan & Kevin Massey
“Bonnie” - Jeremy Jordan
“Now That’s What You Call A Dream” - Melissa van der Schyff
“You Can Do Better” - Louis Hobson & Jeremy Jordan
“Raise A Little Hell” - Jeremy Jordan, Kevin Massey, & Louis Hobson
“This Never Happened Before - Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes
“The Devil” - Mimi Bessette
“Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad” - Laura Osnes
“This World Will Remember Us” - Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes
“Havana” - Adrienne Warren, Emmy Raver-Lampman, & Janet Dacal
“It’s No Secret Anymore” - Janet Dacal
“What I Do Best” - Adrienne Warren
“One Bad Habit” - Emmy Raver-Lampman
“The Mad Hatter” - Adrienne Warren & Emmy Raver-Lampman
“Where Are You Now” - Adrienne Warren
“A New Life” - Emmy-Raver Lampman

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