BWW TV: Jessie Mueller, Joshua Henry, Ashley Brown & More Sing Scott Alan at 54 Below- Watch Concert Highlights!
Scott Alan made his concert debut at 54 Below earlier this week on, January 19th with a slew of Broadway all-star talent, including 2014 Tony winners Jessie Mueller and James Monroe Iglehart, Tony nominees Joshua Henry and Chad Kimball, as well as Lilla Crawford, Erin Davie, Mykal Kilgore, Natalie Weiss, Christine Dwyer, Julian Cihi, Danny Calvert, Elizabeth Stanley, Abby Mueller, Christiane Noll, Jessica Phillips, Lisa Brescia, Ashley Brown, Eden Espinosa, Marcus Paul James, Julia Murney, Marissa Rosen, Christina Cataldo and Galyana Castillo joined Alan.
BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was there for the special night, and you can check out interviews with the performers and concert highlights below!
Scott Alan is an Internationally acclaimed songwriter who has released six successful albums including Dreaming Wide Awake, Keys, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, LIVE at Birdland, Anything Worth Holding on To and Greatest Hits: Volume One. Alan has written, recorded and performed songs for a long list of Broadway Stars and Recording Artists including Lea Salonga, Sutton Foster, Samantha Barks, Jessie Mueller, Ramin Karimloo, Jane Monheit, Pentatonix, Marc Broussard, Shanice, Shoshana Bean, Megan Hilty, Diana DeGarmo, Jonathan Groff, Liz Callaway,Norm Lewis,Jeremy Jordan, Taylor Dayne, Randy Graff, and many more. Alan has sold out concerts around the world including London (selling out the indigO2 at the O2 in 2013 and a five night residency at The Hippodrome in 2014), Australia, Germany, Holland and various cities in South and North America including various sold out concerts in New York City, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Boston and Salt Lake City. Alan's song "It's Good to See You Again" was featured on the season nine premiere of So You Think You Can Dance and was the number one downloaded song on iTunes & Amazon the evening of its debut. His Musical ifi opened to rave reviews in Tokyo, Japan in September 2014 and his musical Home: The Musical is slated to open in London's West End in September 2015. For more information, visit ScottAlan.Net