THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY Articles
Click Here for More Articles on THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY...

Jason Robert Brown Sings & Analyzes THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

Jason Robert Brown Sings & Analyzes THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTYTony Award-winning composer/lyricist and a popular concert performer and recording artist in his own right, Jason Robert Brown discusses his inspiration for the new stage adaptation of The Bridges of Madison County as well as performs material from it as part of a new video series presenting a behind the scenes look at the new musical currently in rehearsals for its Broadway bow.

Brown performs "It All Fades Away" in the new featurette, one of many soaring romantic moments in the score.

Taking to his official blog earlier this week, Brown wrote of the video, "This is the first in what I'm presuming will be a series of videos in which the creative team of The Bridges of Madison County discusses the inspirations and aspirations of the show. Here's me competing with myself by yammering away while I'm simultaneously singing and playing "It All Fades Away" at a recent concert at 54 Below. You can see Gary Sieger strumming madly away behind me, but you'll also hear Jamie Eblen on percussion and Randy Landau on bass."

For more information on Jason Robert Brown, visit his official site here.

For more information about The Bridges of Madison County, visit the official site here.

Plus, for even more about The Bridges of Madison County, check out my recent InDepth InterView with Jason Robert Brown, available here.

View the new featurette with Jason Robert Brown on The Bridges of Madison County below.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride

Related Articles



Comment & Share



About Author

Subscribe to Author Alerts
Pat Cerasaro Pat Cerasaro is BroadwayWorld's Chief Interviewer and Senior Editor, contributing exclusive columns including InDepth InterViews, Sound Off, Flash Fridays as well as additional special features and extensive news coverage. His work for the site has appeared in The New York Times, US Weekly, The Biography Channel, NBC and more.