"The Angel Band Project: An Evening with Norbert Leo Butz" Will Arrive on CD in November; Track Listing Announced

News   "The Angel Band Project: An Evening with Norbert Leo Butz" Will Arrive on CD in November; Track Listing Announced
Two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz's new recording, "The Angel Band Project: An Evening with Norbert Leo Butz," which was recorded live during the actor's May 2013 benefit concert in St. Louis, will be released on CD Nov. 11.

Norbert Leo Butz
Norbert Leo Butz

The recording is now available through Broadway Records’ music store at www.BroadwayRecords.com; the album can also be purchased on iTunes and pre-ordered on Amazon.com.

Proceeds will fund The Angel Band Project’s music therapy program for survivors of sexual violence.

The complete track listing follows:
1. Intro
2. Home
3. Born Too Late
4. Peace
5. If These Walls Could Speak
6. Hope for Me Yet
7. Mary
8. Lost in the Stars
9. Band Introductions
10. Try a Little Tenderness
11. Not Even the King
12. The Difficult Kind
13. Fix You
14. Country Roads
15. Proud Mary

“Music has the power to heal,” said The Angel Band Project co-founder, Rachel Ebeling, in a statement. “There’s a reason we put on our favorite album for comfort or a pick-me-up when we’re feeling low. Given the fact that someone is sexually assaulted every two minutes in the U.S., we are using the therapeutic power of music as a healing tool for survivors of sexual assault in their journey towards healing.”


The Angel Band Project was founded after the tragic murder of Butz’s sister, Teresa, in July 2009. An intruder broke into the home she shared with her partner, Jennifer Hopper. Hopper and Butz were both brutally attacked but Hopper survived. Soon after the horrific event, friends and family of the pair released a benefit album to support and help ease the suffering of sexual violence survivors. Based in St. Louis, The Angel Band Project has grown into a non-profit organization whose mission is "to promote healing and to cultivate empathy for survivors of sexual violence through music." For more information or to make a tax-deductible donation to The Angel Band Project, go to www.angelbandproject.org.

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