Original Rent Star to Record New Song to Benefit UNICEF

News   Original Rent Star to Record New Song to Benefit UNICEF
Adam Pascal, who earned a Tony nomination for creating the role of Roger in the original Broadway production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Rent, will head into the recording studio in November to lay down vocals for a new song to benefit UNICEF.

Written by Daniel and Laura Curtis, "Everyone Can Help Someone" will be available on a date to be announced on iTunes/Amazon and other music outlets.

The songwriters told Playbill.com, "Adam is an artist that we have wanted to work with for a long time. Adam provides such depth of emotion in his singing. When we wrote this song, we had his voice in mind and was delighted that he agreed to do it. We are all proud to be fundraising for UNICEF, the world’s leading organization working to keep children safe. Funds raised will go to the work carried out by Unicef for children around the world."

Adam Pascal
Adam Pascal

Pascal added, "I am happy to be working with the Curtises on this song in aid of UNICEF. I look forward to working with Daniel and Laura … on this new charity single, 'Everyone Can Help Someone.'"

In addition to creating roles in Rent and Aida, Pascal has also stepped into the Broadway productions of Cabaret, Chicago and Memphis. He is also a successful recording artist; his most recent recording is entitled "Blinding Light."

UNICEF is the United Nations Children's Fund. The organization works "for the survival, protection and development of children worldwide through fundraising, advocacy and education." Click here for more information.

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