Jeremy Jordan and Laura Osnes Featured on Frank Wildhorn Live Album | Playbill

News Jeremy Jordan and Laura Osnes Featured on Frank Wildhorn Live Album A host of Broadway stars perform composer Wildhorn’s songs on the new album.
Jeremy Jordan and Laura Osnes in <i>Bonnie &amp; Clyde</i>
Jeremy Jordan and Laura Osnes in Bonnie & Clyde

Frank Wildhorn and Friends: Bonnie & Clyde and a Whole Lotta Jazz, the new live album that was recorded at Feinstein's/54 Below, will be released June 3 from Broadway Records.

In addition to original Bonnie & Clyde stars Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan, the album features Hamilton star Leslie Odom, Jr.; Shuffle Along’s Adrienne Warren; and original Wonderland star Janet Dacal. The album is produced by Michael J. Moritz, Jr.

“The original cast recording of Bonnie & Clyde was our first album on the label, so it was wonderful to revisit that material and the original Broadway cast four years later as part of our ‘Live at 54 Below’ series, and hearing other Frank songs in these new jazz arrangements, I knew this was something we had to release,” said Broadway Records president Van Dean in a statement.

The track list follows:
“How ‘Bout A Dance?” - Laura Osnes
“When I Drive” - Jeremy Jordan & Kevin Massey
“Bonnie” - Jeremy Jordan
“Now That’s What You Call A Dream” - Melissa van der Schyff
“You Can Do Better” - Louis Hobson & Jeremy Jordan
“Raise A Little Hell” - Jeremy Jordan, Kevin Massey, & Louis Hobson
“This Never Happened Before - Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes
“The Devil” - Mimi Bessette
“Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad” - Laura Osnes
“This World Will Remember Us” - Jeremy Jordan & Laura Osnes
“Havana” - Adrienne Warren, Emmy Raver-Lampman, & Janet Dacal
“It’s No Secret Anymore” - Janet Dacal
“I’ll Forget You” - Leslie Odom, Jr.
“What I Do Best” - Adrienne Warren
“One Bad Habit” - Emmy Raver-Lampman
“The Mad Hatter” - Adrienne Warren & Emmy Raver-Lampman
“Sarah” - Leslie Odom, Jr.
“Where Are You Now” - Adrienne Warren


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