Aaron Tveit's "The Radio in My Head: Live at 54 Below" Hits Stores Sept. 10 | Playbill

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News Aaron Tveit's "The Radio in My Head: Live at 54 Below" Hits Stores Sept. 10 The new album by stage and screen actor Aaron Tveit, "The Radio in My Head: Live at 54 Below," which was recorded during his sold-out engagements at the nightlife venue last spring, arrives in stores Sept. 10 from Broadway Records.

Aaron Tveit
Aaron Tveit

"Les Misérables" film star Tveit's six-performance New York City cabaret debut at 54 Below sold out in record time last May. The album was released digitally Sept. 6. 

According to album details, "Mixing Broadway with pop, childhood favorites with contemporary sounds, and superstar vocals with charismatic good looks, Tveit's cabaret debut will have them talking for years."

Numerous albums and cast recordings are also available at PlaybillStore.com.

The album is produced by Michael J. Moritz, Jr. and executive-produced by Grammy nominees Van Dean, Kenny Howard, of The Broadway Consortium, and Ken Mahoney.

Tveit most recently starred as Enjolras in the Golden Globe Award-winning film of "Les Misérables." In addition to creating the role of Frank Abagnale, Jr. in the Broadway premiere of Catch Me If You Can, Tveit also originated the role of Gabe in the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal. He also appeared on Broadway in Wicked and Hairspray.

The track list follows:

"I'm Alive"
"On A Friday Night"
"Something’s Coming"
"If I Loved You/To Make You Feel My Love"
"Little Bit Country"
"When I Was Your Man"
"Welcome, Freshmen"
"What You’d Call A Dream"
"Where Am I?"
"One Song Glory"
"Not Your Average Lullaby"
"There’s A World / Hero and Leander"
"The Future Is Closer Than You Think"
"I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You"
"You Tube Generation"
"Run Away With Me"
"Thanks, Guys!"
"She's Always A Woman/A Case Of You"
"No Judgement"
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
"The (Not) Last Song"
"My Romance/I Remember You"

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