Hamilton Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr.’s Solo Concert Airs April 27

Film & TV News   Hamilton Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr.’s Solo Concert Airs April 27
 
The actor’s concert was filmed for PBS in Manhattan in December.

The Live from Lincoln Center Presents — Stars in Concert series, which debuted April 20 with two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster, continues April 27 at 9 PM ET on PBS with Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. Check local listings.

Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, and Stephanie J. Block
Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, and Stephanie J. Block

Watch a trailer for the evening in the video above, which features the Hamilton alum's smooth, jazz-tinged vocals.

Odom Jr. and Foster were two of four Broadway favorites who offered solo concerts last December at the Appel Room in Manhattan. Others preserved on film include two-time Tony nominee Andrew Rannells and two-time Tony nominee Stephanie J. Block.

Each concert airs nationwide on PBS in hour-long episodes on consecutive Fridays. Foster launched the series, followed by Odom, Jr. on April 27, Block on May 4, and Rannells on May 11. Select episodes will also be available on BroadwayHD.

Read: HOW SUTTON FOSTER, LESLIE ODOM JR., AND OTHER BROADWAY STARS LANDED SPECIALS ON PBS

Before the concert airing, check out Odom Jr.'s single release of "Without You" from Rent (which marked his Broadway debut) below. The track is available to download on iTunes and Amazon.

“We have assembled an incredible lineup for this series, which offers the rare opportunity to see beloved Broadway stars in an intimate setting, and in their own words,” said Andrew C. Wilk, executive producer of Live From Lincoln Center, in an earlier statement. “This group of artists have garnered 13 Tony nominations between them. If you’re a Broadway fan, a follower of these talented artists, or even if you just love a beautiful song, this is a series not to be missed.”

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