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News Debut Solo CD from Millie's Gavin Creel Now Available Gavin Creel, the Tony-nominated actor most recently on Broadway in the revival of La Cage aux Folles, has released his debut solo recording.
Gavin Creel
Gavin Creel

Entitled "Goodtimenation," the 13-track disc is currently available on-line at Creel's official website, Creel co-wrote the songs on his new CD with his producer, Robbie Roth. On his official website, Creel says, “When Robbie and I met, I told him that I want people to feel alive when they hear my music. I want them to feel good. I’m tired of all the angry stuff out there. I’m sick of people putting boxes around everyone, telling you where and how you have to fit in. I don’t want to fit in. I want to make music that can reach out to people of all different ages and backgrounds and beliefs and turn us into one, groovin, 'Goodtimenation.'"

The complete track listing for "Goodtimenation" follows:
"For Nancy"
"Rocket Ride"
"Don't Break Your Heart"
"Radio Lover"
"Might Still Happen"
"Behind Me Day"
"Art of Heartbreak"
"Going To DC"
"Fri Sat Sun"
"Molly's Song"
"You Pretty Thing"
"Make You Love Me"
"These Four Walls"

Gavin Creel was most recently on Broadway playing Jean-Michel in the revival of La Cage aux Folles at the Marquis Theatre. He portrayed Hollis Bessemer in Sondheim and John Weidman's Bounce and starred as Jimmy in the Tony-winning musical Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony nomination for Best Actor in a Musical). The actor was also seen in the City Center Encores! mounting of Hair and the Off-Broadway production of Bat Boy. His other theatrical credits include Honk!, Fame and the workshops of Spring Awakening, Hairspray and Wicked. Creel was also part of the cast of the TV films "Eloise at the Plaza" and "Eloise at Christmastime."

"Goodtimenation" has a list price of $19.95, but is currently selling for $15. Visit for more information.

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