Simon Bailey of PHANTOM Releases Debut Solo Album, 'LOOKING UP'
SimG Records, the independent label devoted to new musical theatre writers and artists, is to release Looking Up, the debut solo album from leading man Simon Bailey, next Monday 17th December.
Simon is currently starring as Raoul in the new touring production of 'The Phantom Of The Opera', and previous West End credits include 'Les Miserables', 'We Will Rock You', and he was also a member of the vocal group Teatro.
The 12 track album features a very personal selection of songs including material by Luthor Vandross, Dolly Parton, Eric Clapton; musical theatre including Jason Robert Brown, Scott Alan; and four original self-penned songs by Simon Bailey; with new arrangements by Tom Deering; plus three West End guest vocalists, Sabrina Aloueche ('We Will Rock You'), Katie Hall ('Phantom Of The Opera') and Ramin Karimloo ('Love Never Dies').
Looking Up is Produced by Simon Greiff for SimG Records, and is available direct from
www.SimGProductions.com and www.SimonBaileyOnline.com
All pre-orders will be signed by Simon Bailey, and will be posted out ahead of the official release date.
Simon Bailey is due to appear in the SimG Productions 'Christmas With ... Friends' cabaret on Sunday 16th December on the Battersea Barge alongside West End regulars Annalene Beechey, Rebecca Lock and Simon Thomas, and his album will be exclusively available on the night. For more information and to book, please visit www.WeGotTickets.com/SimGProductions
1. Sing For The Angels by Simon Bailey
2. Dance With My Father by Vandross & Marx
3. I'd Give It All For You by Jason Robert Brown – duet with Katie Hall
4. The Distance You Have Come by Scott Alan
5. The Everchanging by Simon Bailey
6. My Immortal by Moody, Lee & Hodges
7. Murder In The City by The Avett Brothers – duet with Ramin Karimloo
8. I Can't Stop The Rain by Simon Bailey
9. Tears In Heaven by Clapton & Jennings
10. Falling Slowly by Hansard & Irglova – duet with Sabrina Aloueche
11. Travelin' Thru by Dolly Parton
12. Goodbye by Simon Bailey