September 02, 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: “Hot Off the Ivories” Presents Miller and Tysen’s “Town Goes Boom”

Composer and producer Joey Contreras presents the latest episode of “Hot Off the Ivories,” his web series featuring the songs of up-and-coming composers. Here, Hands on a Hardbody’s Jay Armstrong Johnson performs “Town Goes Boom” by Chris Miller (music) and Nathan Tysen (lyrics), the musical team behind the Broadway-bound Tuck Everlasting. Watch Phobe Strole perform Contreras’ “Good Friends”.








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