Sutton Foster Will Release New Album, Take Me to the World, in June

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The two-time Tony winner and Younger star performs such show tunes as “It All Fades Away” and “Stars and the Moon” on the upcoming recording.
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Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster will release her third solo album, Take Me to the World, through Ghostlight Deluxe, June 1.

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Digital pre-orders begin April 20—the same day Foster’s “Stars in Concert” performance airs on PBS’ Live From Lincoln Center. Those who pre-order the album will receive the track “Stars and the Moon” (from Jason Robert Brown’s Songs For a New World) in advance.

The physical, digital, and streaming release will arrive days before the June 5 Season 5 premiere of TV Land’s Younger, in which Foster stars as Liza Miller, a 40-something who poses as a millennial to get a fresh start in the professional publishing field.

Read: CHRISTIAN BORLE TO REUNITE WITH SUTTON FOSTER ON YOUNGER

Take Me to the World follows Foster’s previous solo albums Wish and Live at the Café Carlyle. She won Tony Awards for her performances in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Anything Goes and most recently appeared on Broadway in Violet.

See below for the full track list.

1. Take Me to the World/ Starting Here, Starting Now

2. Everybody Says Don’t / Yes

3. I’m on My Way / On My Way

4. If I Were a Bell / Singin’ in the Rain

5. Got Love / Gimme Gimme

6. Give Him the Ooh-La-La

7. Stars and the Moon

8. A Quiet Thing / Hush, Little Baby

9. Room

10. Old Friends / Bookends

11. You Can Close Your Eyes

12. It All Fades Away

13. C’est Magnifique

14. Every Time We Say Goodbye (Bonus Track)

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