Norbert Leo Butz's Live Album, "Memory and Mayhem," Hits Stores Jan. 15

By Adam Hetrick
January 15, 2013

"Memory and Mayhem," the new live album from two-time Tony Award winner Norbert Leo Butz, is released Jan. 15 by Broadway Records.



The album was recorded during Butz's August 2012 engagement at 54 Below. It is produced by Aaron Ankrum and Michael J. Moritz, Jr.

The track list follows:

"Intro"
"Home"
"The Way Young Lovers Do"
"The Waking"
"I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You"
"Killing The Blues"
"Can't Let Go"
"If These Walls Could Speak"
"Poison and Wine"
"Georgia On My Mind"
"No One"
"16 Tons"/"Great Big Stuff"
"Broken Bicycles"
"Be Mine"
"Shadow of Doubt"

Butz recently starred in the Broadway production of Theresa Rebeck's Dead Accounts. He took home Tony Awards for his performances in Catch Me If You Can and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Butz, who was also Tony-nominated for his performance in Thou Shalt Not, has also been seen on Broadway in Rent, Wicked, Is He Dead?, Speed-the-Plow and Enron. He will also star in the world premiere of the new musical Big Fish.

This series will continue with releases from other current and forthcoming 54 Below artists representing the top names on Broadway.

54 Below is located at 254 West 54th Street. For more information, visit 54Below.com.