Get a First Listen to Andrew Rannells Singing "Kevin" From Joe Iconis' Upcoming Album | Playbill

Cast Recordings & Albums Get a First Listen to Andrew Rannells Singing "Kevin" From Joe Iconis' Upcoming Album

The Be More Chill creator's 44-track album will debut June 17.

In anticipation of Be More Chill creator Joe Iconis' upcoming album titled Album, Ghostlight Records released the piano pop ballad "Kevin" performed by Andrew Rannells. Check out the video above for a first listen.

Iconis' 44-track album will debut June 17. Joining the composer is his long-time collaborators Aaron Tveit, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Krysta Rodriguez, Kerry Butler, Danny Burstein, Annie Golden, George Salazar, Will Roland, Andrew Barth Feldman, and more. The studio previously released the title track, performed by Iconis.

READ: Get a First Listen to the Title Track From Joe Iconis' Upcoming Album

Iconis is best known for writing the music and lyrics to the musical adaptation of Ned Vizzini's Be More Chill novel. The show premiered at New Jersey's Two River Theater before transferring to Off-Broadway, Broadway, and London's West End. He also helmed the musical Punk Rock Girl! which made its world premiere at Long Island's Argyle Theater

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Andrew Rannells

Tony nominee Rannells originated the role of Elder Price in the Broadway musical Book of Mormon. Additional stage credits include Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Hamilton, Falsettos and The Boys in the Band.

READ: Track-by-Track Breakdown: Joe Iconis On Creating Love in Hate Nation

Album was executively produced by Randi Zuckerberg and produced by Iconis, Ian Kagey, and Charlie Rosen. It features music direction by Danielle Gimbal and choir arrangements by Joel Waggoner.

To celebrate the release, there will be a Los Angeles album release concert at The Bourbon Room June 22 and a 54 Below concert July 9-11. Presave and preorder the album here.

 
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