Jason Gotay, Rachel Potter, Adrienne Warren and More Celebrate Jonathan Reid Gealt's "Here For You" Album April 29 in NYC

Jason Gotay, Rachel Potter and Adrienne Warren are among the artists celebrating the release of musical theatre composer Jonathan Reid Gealt's new album, "Here For You - Ballads for Broadway Impact," April 29 at The Cutting Room in NYC. 

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The 10 PM concert also features "The Voice" finalist Loren Allred, Natalie Weiss ( Everyday Rapture, Les Misérables), Emma Hunton ( Spring Awakening), Zak Resnick ( Mamma Mia!), Michael Deleget ( Les Misérables), Dan DeLuca and more.

Audiences can expect to hear songs from "Here For You," Gealt's debut album "Thirteen Stories Down" and songs from his upcoming musical Dust and Shadow as well as songs from various other projects.

Produced by Gealt, James Bilodeau, Matt Hinkley and Brian Parker, "Here For You - Ballads for Broadway Impact," which benefits Broadway Impact, features performances from Tony nominees Jeremy Jordan ( Newsies), Kelli O'Hara ( Nice Work If You Can Get It, South Pacific), "The Voice" finalist Allred, Caissie Levy ( Ghost, Hair, Wicked), Potter ( Evita, The Addams Family), Katie Thompson ( Big Fish, Giant), Warren ( Bring It On, Dreamgirls), Gotay ( Bring It On) and Weiss ( Everyday Rapture, Les Misérables).

Hinkley serves as the musical director and co-arranger for the acoustic album.

A complete track listing for the album follows: 1. My Baby ( Jason Gotay)
2. Movin' On (Loren Allred)
3. Home Away From Home ( Adrienne Warren)
4. All I Need ( Caissie Levy)
5. Here For You ( Jeremy Jordan and Jonathan Reid Gealt)
6. We'll Find It In You ( Natalie Weiss)
7. I Had a Dream Last Night (Rachel Potter)
8. No Reason At All ( Katie Thompson)
9. Breathe ( Kelli O'Hara)

Bonus Instrumental Tracks:

10. My Baby
11. Movin' On
12. Home Away From Home
13. All I Need
14. Here For You
15. We'll Find It In You
16. I Had a Dream Last Night
17. No Reason At All

Click here for the Playbill.com audio exclusive from the album

For more on Gealt and his works, read Playbill.com's Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriters You Should Know.

For concert tickets, call (212) 691-1900 or click here.