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Aaron Lazar, Christine Ebersole and More to Perform on Charles Bloom: IN HERE Album

The song list and talent have been announced for composer/lyricist Charles Bloom's debut recording, titled Music and Lyrics by Charles Bloom: IN HERE. The album is due online in October from Sonic Landscapes.

The recording was produced, orchestrated and conducted by David Snyder. It features an 18-piece orchestra, with Bloom’s original compositions sung by a collection of the American Musical Theater’s brightest stars including, among others: Jill Paice (Rebecca), Nikke Renee Daniels (Porgy and Bess), Christine Ebersole, John Dossett (Newsies), David Burnham and Howard McGillin. Charles Bloom’s diverse and admired song catalog includes cabaret, pop, country, jazz and special material. His cabaret/revue works have been heard in venues all over the world. Among the long list of artists who have previously performed or recorded songs are: Patti LuPone, Mandy Patinkin, Michael Feinstein, B.D. Wong, Cheyenne Jackson, Andrea Marcovicci and Julie Reyburn. The complete song and talent list for Music and Lyrics by Charles Bloom: IN HERE follows:

1. LET THINGS GROW – sung by Josh Grisetti

2. EASY – sung by Nikki Renee Daniels

3. WHAT'S A WOMAN TO DO? – sung by Christine Ebersole

4. WHY CAN'T A MAN SING THE BLUES? – sung by Jason Graae

5. THE STRAITS OF MAGELLAN – sung by Claybourne Elder

6. A CHILDREN'S TRADITIONAL – sung by Vicki Lewis

7. YOU'RE AS GOOD AS IT GETS – sung by Damon Kirsche

8. ON THE ROAD TO WHAT YOU WANT – sung by Howard McGillin, Gregory Jbara

9. GOOD FOR HIM – sung by Jill Paice

10. WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME LIKE THAT?!? – sung by Christy Faber

11. TO SEE YOU HAPPY – sung by David Burnham

12. CALL ME WHEN YOU'RE SINGLE – sung by Liz Larsen, John Dossett

13. CHRISTMAS AND YOU – sung by Ashley Fox Linton

14. IN HERE – sung by Aaron Lazar



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