The disc features Steve Blanchard, Judy McLane and Patrick Ryan Sullivan.
Blanchard, Broadway's Beast in Beauty and the Beast, and McLane, the current Tanya in Broadway's Mamma Mia!, appeared in the 2004 Off-Broadway musical Johnny Guitar. Sullivan recently completed a long stint as Julian Marsh in the Broadway revival and the national tour of 42nd Street.
Also on the recording are Joe Lutton, Robert Aronson, Dennis Deal, Jimmy Bennett, Jeffrey C. Wolf, Julia Wade, and Peter Link.
Sundown, a musical about the legend of Doc Holliday and the gunfight at the OK Corral, has music by Link, lyrics by Larry Rosler and a book by Joe Bravaco and Rosler.
Blanchard sings the role of Doc Holliday for the show set in the Old West. The show, a participant in Stephen Schwartz's ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop in 2001, was seen at Barter Theatre in Virginia and Lyric Stage in Texas, where it was nominated by the Dallas Theatre League for Best New Play or Musical of 2002.
For more information visit www.sundownmusical.com.
Peter Link, Sundown's composer, won the New York Drama Desk Award for his Off-Broadway show, Salvation, out of which came his first Gold Record, "If You Let Me Make Love To You (Then Why Can't I Touch You?)", which sold over two million copies. His scores to Neil Simon's The Good Doctor and Joseph Papp's production of Much Ado About Nothing, which was presented at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park, on Broadway, and as a television special, earned him back-to-back Tony Award nominations. Other Broadway credits include Ulysses In Nighttown starring Zero Mostel, Lysistrata starring Melina Mercouri, The Mighty Gents starring Morgan Freeman, and the cult classic King of Hearts.
Link is also the composer, producer and director of The Jenny Burton Experience, a pop/inspirational/R&B act that broke all box office records playing to packed houses during its seven year run in New York City. His songs have been recorded by Johnnie Mathis, Dionne Warwick, Peggy Lee and Mae West.