Andrea McArdle CD, "70's and Sunny: Live At 54 Below," Due in April; Track List Announced

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27 Mar 2013

Andrea McArdle
Andrea McArdle
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"70's and Sunny: Live At 54 Below," the new recording from Tony-nominated singing actress Andrea McArdle, who created the title role in the original Broadway production of Annie, will be released in April by Broadway Records.

Recorded during McArdle's January run at 54 Below, the recording will be released April 9; it is currently available for pre-order by clicking here

The complete track listing follows (dialogue tracks are in italics):

Native New Yorker
Greetings
I Believe in Love
My 70s
Fallin'/Being Alive
My First 45
Rainy Days and Mondays
Iconic Advice
Wherever He Ain't
Meadowlark
Fly Away/ The Golden Boy Of Oz
Adolescence

Nothing
NYC in the 70s
Got to Be There
Angry Young Man
Lessons from My Parents
I Can Let Go Now
Tomorrow (A Better You Better Me)
Tomorrow
So Eternally 70s
My Soul Rejoices
Garland
Over the Rainbow

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McArdle's second recording for Broadway Records, "Calendar Dream," teams the singing actress with an array of Broadway writers to journey though a year of a woman's life. A release date has yet to be announced.

"Calendar Dream," according to press notes, is an "anagram for Andrea's name and will feature 13 new songs, one for each month of the year and one about a year in the life of a woman facing a new and unexpected adventure. Andrea will explore what it is like to be newly single and starting the next chapter in her life in a CD of all new material written just for her."

"We are thrilled to be working with Andrea McArdle on these two very different but equally memorable album projects,” said Van Dean, co-founder of Broadway Records, in an earlier statement. “The first album gives her fans an opportunity to experience her outstanding 54 Below live show any time they want. The second album consists of all new material from many of Broadway’s best established and emerging writers.”

"When my friend and collaborator Scott Logsdon told me about this idea he had for a new CD, I never dreamed that I would be given the gift of new material from some of the greatest writers in the history of Broadway," added McCardle. "It's so exciting and humbling to be collaborating with people who thrill and entertain me. As I face new challenges and experiences as a newly single woman starting over, this is a great way to reconnect with my fans and the public and let them know who I am today."

For more information visit www.BroadwayRecords.com.

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