To Steve With Love: Liz Callaway Celebrates Sondheim, which Callaway debuted at 54 Below in March, is written by Callaway and Dan Foster, directed by Foster, and features musical direction and arrangements by Alex Rybeck. Nicholas Callaway Foster is a guest singer on the recording, produced by Emmy winner Michael J. Moritz Jr and Liz Callaway.
To Steve With Love marks Callaway's eighth solo recording. Visit LizCallaway.com.
The track list follows:
1. Opening Medley
2. Intro: Welcome
3. Broadway Baby
4. Intro: Merrily We Roll Along
5. Old Friends / Like it Was
6. What More Do I Need?
7. The Miller’s Son
8. Intro: A Little Sondheim Travel
9. What Do We Do? We Fly!
10. Intro: Evening Primrose
11. I Remember / Take Me to the World
12. Intro: A Sondheim Lullaby
13. Not While I’m Around / Now You Know
14. Intro: Follies in Concert
15. In Buddy’s Eyes
16. Intro: My Dad and Follies
17. The Road You Didn’t Take
18. Loving You
19. Intro: A Note from Steve
20. Move On (Duet with Nicholas Callaway Foster)
21. Intro: The Terror of Singing Sondheim
22. Another Hundred Lyrics
23. Send in the Clowns
24. Intro: It Always Comes Back to Merrily
25. Our Time
26. Intro: How Lucky Were We?
27. With So Little to be Sure Of
Callaway previously told Playbill, "I fell in love with Sondheim music when I was 10 years old, when my parents took me to see my first Broadway show, Company. I brought home the cast album and memorized every song. Little did I know that his music would become part of my DNA. I’ll always be grateful to Steve for taking a chance on me, for his guidance, and for giving me 'so much stuff to sing!'”
Callaway received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Baby, and was also seen on Broadway in Cats, Miss Saigon, The Three Musketeers, and The Look of Love. Other New York appearances include Follies in Concert at Lincoln Center, A Stephen Sondheim Evening, Encores! Fiorello, and Hair in Concert. She sang the Academy Award-nominated “Journey to the Past” in the animated feature Anastasia. Other film work includes Jasmine in the two Aladdin sequels; The Swan Princess; and The Rewrite with Hugh Grant.