Jon Secada, Liz Callaway and More to Appear on LOVING THE SILENT TEARS Album

Jon Secada, Liz Callaway and More to Appear on LOVING THE SILENT TEARS Album

Just in time for the heartwarming holiday season, music enthusiasts can welcome the highly anticipated release of the Loving the Silent Tears: The Musical album to recreate the magic of the new musical exploring humanity's universal search for inner peace.

Vocalists include: Jon Secada (Just Another Day), Jody Watley (Real Love), Jamaican reggae group Black Uhuru (Anthem),Patti Cohenour (Phantom of the Opera), Liz Callaway (Miss Saigon), Kiril Kulish (Billy Elliot the Musical), Debbie Gravitte (Jerome Robbins' Broadway), Flo Ankah, Kay Tse (Hong Kong), Brian Joo (Korea), Siavash Shams (Iran), H? Qu?nh H??ng (Vietnam).

Loving the Silent Tears: The Musical was a unique celebration combining a talented team who collectively hold over two dozen Academy, Grammy, Tony and Emmy Awards. Oscar-winning composer Al Kasha (The Poseidon Adventure) was inspired to create and write music for the musical after reading the poetry anthology Silent Tears written by Supreme Master Ching Hai during her own spiritual quest. Mr. Kasha stated "Silent Tears...has touched my heart so greatly, that I saw the potential it had to affect people's lives by being turned into a musical."

As MTV noted, the composers are "titans in their musicAl Fields" who include Jorge Calandrelli (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), Doug Katsaros (Footloose), Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls), Don Pippin (La Cage aux Folles), Nan Schwartz (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) and David Shire (Saturday Night Fever).

Directed by Tony nominee Vincent Paterson (Michael Jackson's and Madonna's world tours) and choreographed by Emmy-winner Bonnie Story (High School Musical 1, 2, 3), Loving the Silent Tears transformed Supreme Master Ching Hai's profound and engaging poems into a musical sensation that takes listeners across six continents, with glorious Africa represented by platinum artist Jody Watley. The one-time only benefit show was held on October 27, 2012 at the 6,300-seat Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.