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News Judy Kuhn's "All This Happiness" Released June 4 on PS Classics Label Three-time Tony nominee Judy Kuhn, recently seen as Fosca in Classic Stage Company's production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Passion, releases her latest solo recording, "Judy Kuhn: All This Happiness," June 4 on the PS Classics label, the company dedicated to the heritage of Broadway and American popular song.

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The recording is drawn from Kuhn's acclaimed performances at Feinstein's at Loews Regency in March 2012. The Broadway favorite will celebrate the new CD with two performances at the Manhattan nightspot 54 Below June 10 and 12 at 7 PM.

The complete track listing follows:

Help Me
I Love the Way You're Breaking My Heart
Happiness / In Buddy's Eyes
Something Cool
The Best Is Yet to Come
Losing You
Dance Me to the End of Love
Forbidden Fruit
Goodbye Joe
Life Is But a Dream
Night Ride Home

Kuhn, music director-pianist Dan Lipton, cellist Peter Sachon and percussionist Damien Bassman began recording shortly after the New Year and completed tracking the week of March 18. The disc is produced by Scott Lehrer and Lipton.

The album is available at the label's website, psclassics.com. (PS Classics discs and many other theatre recordings are also available at PlaybillStore.com.) About her new release, Kuhn previously told Playbill.com, "Having previously made two songbook albums, which focused on the works of one writer, I really wanted to do something different. For a long time, I’ve wanted to record songs by songwriters that I’ve listened to since I was a child, like Joni Mitchell and Tom Waits. They had such a profound influence on me. And at the same time, I wanted to incorporate writers from the theatre world, like Stephen Sondheim and Adam Guettel, whose music and lyrics have always spoken to me. That all came together with the Feinstein’s show, and now again with this new recording. Collectively, the songs became a meditation on love and happiness. It’s a very personal album: it’s comprised of songs that I feel like I have to sing now, at this point in my life and my career."

PS Classics co-founder Philip Chaffin added, "We've been hoping to work with Judy since we started PS Classics. She came to us shortly after the Feinstein’s dates to see if we’d be interested in preserving it on disc, and we were – but all our monies at that point were tied up with some cast albums we were doing. So Judy, bless her, started a Kickstarter campaign, and her fans really came through. They wanted that wonderful evening preserved on disc. And by the time Judy had almost reached her goal, we were able to jump back on board and help her bring the album to fruition. But this is very much an album that wouldn’t have happened without Judy’s wonderful, passionate fans."

A three-time Tony Award nominee for her work in She Loves Me, Les Miserables and Chess, Judy Kuhn also starred in the concert mounting of Alan Menken and Tim Rice's King David and the Los Angeles premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard. Kuhn received an Obie Award for her work in the Off-Broadway Laura Nyro tribute, Eli's Comin', and played Fosca in the Kennedy Center mounting of Stephen Sondheim's Passion. Her previous solo recording was titled "Serious Playground - The Songs of Laura Nyro" (Ghostlight Records). Kuhn has also taught workshops for many years at The Michael Howard Studios and has held master classes at NYU/CAP 21, Rider University, Catholic University as well as many schools and theatres around the country. Read more about Judy Kuhn's career at the Playbill Vault.


Founded in 2000 by Tommy Krasker & Philip Chaffin, and an eight-time Grammy nominee (for its cast albums of Assassins, Nine: The Musical, Grey Gardens, Company, A Little Night Music, Sondheim on Sondheim, Follies and The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess), PS Classics celebrates the heritage of Broadway and American popular song through award-winning cast recordings; solo albums by such artists as Maureen McGovern, Victoria Clark, Steven Pasquale, Liz Callaway and Christine Andreas; and restorations of long-lost musicals, including Sweet Little Devil, Sweet Bye and Bye and Strike Up the Band 1930. Recent releases include Rebecca Luker’s solo disc "I Got Love (Songs of Jerome Kern)," the world premiere recording of Anthony Rapp’s one-man show, Without You, and the revue Noel and Cole.

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