Kuhn's album is based on Kuhn's Feb. 4 American Songbook concert that focused on the musical legacy of the Rodgers family. Included are songs written by Richard Rodgers and lyricists Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II; Adam Guettel's Floyd Collins, Myths and Hymns and The Light in the Piazza; and a selection of rarities by the late Mary Rodgers, including songs from the little-known musicals The Griffin and the Minor Canon and the unproduced The Courtship of Miles Standish.
The track listing is as follows:
"Oh, What Beautiful Mornin'"/"The Call" (R. Rodgers/Guettel)
"Am I?" (M. Rodgers)
"This Can't Be Love" (R. Rodgers)
"Dividing Day" (Guettel)
"If I Loved You" (R. Rodgers)
"We're Gonna Be All Right" (R. Rodgers)
"Nobody's Heart"/"Hey, Love"/"Love to Me" (R./M. Rodgers/Guettel)
"If You Ask Me" (M. Rodgers)
"Hello, Young Lovers" (R. Rodgers)
"Hero and Leander" (Guettel)
"Song of Love"/"A Wonderful Guy" (M. Rodgers/R. Rodgers)
"Through the Mountain" (Guettel)
"The Sweetest Sounds" (R. Rodgers)
"Migratory V" (Guettel)
Kuhn is a four-time Tony Award nominee for her work in Fun Home, She Loves Me, Les Misérables and Chess.
"Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel" has music direction and arrangements by Todd Almond (Iowa, Kansas City Choir Boy, Girlfriend), orchestrations by Joshua Clayton and includes guest appearances by Malcolm Gets and Shuler Hensley.
Rodriguez, who made his Broadway debut in Tarzan and won a GLAAD Award for his performance on "One Life to Live," performs songs by Stephen Sondheim, Frank Loesser, and Rodgers & Hammerstein, Joni Mitchell and Sara Bareilles.
The track listing follows:
"Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin"'
"Sooner or Later"
"Leaving on a Jet Plane"
"I've Never Been in Love Before/Amor"
"Waters of March"
"Will You Love Me Tomorrow"
"You'll Be in My Heart"
"A Case of You"
Rodriguez's credits also include The Toxic Avenger, Mother Courage and Her Children, My Fair Lady and his Helen Hayes Award-winning performance in Oklahoma! His numerous concert performances include appearances at Radio City Music Hall, 54 Below, Feinsteins, Birdland and the Metropolitan Room.