September 02, 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: Two-Time Grammy Nominee Takes on Jazzy Ballad "One Would Be Enough" for Mentor Mondays

Once a month, Jim Caruso's Cast Party features a special performance known as Mentor Mondays where musical theatre performer Trevor McQueen pairs up-and-coming songwriters with veteran Broadway performers (or vice versa). Here, McQueen pairs two-time Grammy nominee Jane Monheit with songwriter Angelo Di Loreto to take on "One Would Be Enough," his thoughtful take on romance in the always-too-busy digital age. See Episode Two featuring 2014 Tony nominee Anika Larsen.







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