Ramin Karimloo Releases New Album From Now On August 2

Cast Recordings & Albums   Ramin Karimloo Releases New Album From Now On August 2
 
The Anastasia and Les Misérables star performs songs from Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, and The Bridges of Madison County on his latest release.
Ramin Karimloo
Ramin Karimloo Roberto Araujo

From Now On, the new album from Tony Award-nominated Les Misérables and Anastasia star Ramin Karimloo, is released August 2 on the Sony Masterworks Broadway label. The 12-track album is dedicated entirely to music from contemporary stage and screen musicals, including Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, The Bridges of Madison County, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Frozen, and The Greatest Showman, which provides the album’s title track.

The track list for From Now On follows:
“From Now On” (The Greatest Showman)
“Moving Too Fast” (The Last Five Years)
“You’ll Be Back” (Hamilton)
“Waving Through a Window” (Dear Evan Hansen)
“It All Fades Away” (The Bridges of Madison County)
“What You Own” (Rent)
“Let It Go” (Frozen)
“Mary Jane” (Jagged Little Pill)
“Anthem” (Chess)
“I Will Always Love You” (The Bodyguard)
“Wicked Little Town” (Hedwig and the Angry Inch)
“Is This the World We Created (Queen)

The full album is the culmination in a series of singles Karimloo released over the last several months including “From Now On,” “You’ll Be Back,” and “What You Own,” as well as a stand-alone cover of “Maybe It’s Time” from the Lady Gaga–Bradley Cooper remake of A Star Is Born.

Known for his dual performances as The Phantom in the West End productions of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera and its sequel, Love Never Dies, Karimloo received a Tony nomination for playing Jean Valjean in the 2014 Broadway revival of Les Misérables. His stage appearances also include the Broadway premiere of Anastasia, as well as Murder Ballad, Sunset Boulevard, and Miss Saigon.

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