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Broadway And Concert Star Christine Andreas Releases New Solo Album

Broadway And Concert Star Christine Andreas Releases New Solo Album Broadway award-winning star and concert star Christine Andreas will release her newest album Christine Andreas Piaf-No Regrets on PS Classics on November 9th , 2018. Christine is currently touring the U.S. and abroad with her much-acclaimed one-woman show Piaf, No Regrets. This new CD was recorded in London this past summer with a 36- piece orchestra, conducted and orchestrated by Larry Blank and produced by Martin Silvestri. Singing both in English and in French, Andreas draws from her one-woman show, where she was lauded by The New York Times..." Andreas's ravishing voice with its rapid vibrato, metallic edge...(and) snapping emotional electricity, has made her a potent interpreter of Piaf."

"Edith Piaf is one persistent life force...and not knowing where that force is currently residing, I am stating here and now...Piaf is haunting or downright stalking me!" Andreas went on to say, "I think she wanted her record to be set straight. Piaf did her own PR, she promoted a lot of 'fake news". I tell a truer, more humanizing story. She was a great soul. Yes, she had a crazy life, but she lived the life she wanted, fueled by her boundless joie de vivre. Her credo, the most important thing in life is a resilient heart. The people who knew her, her closest friends, spoke of her warmth, her continual laughter, her generosity and capacity for friendship, how she vibrated to the music and her biggest love affair was with the audience.

The album is available now for pre-order on and on PS Classics website, This marks PS Classics' fifth collaboration with Christine Andreas.

In celebration of the release of the album, Christine will perform at The Pheasantry in London, October 11 to 13 with shows at 8:30 pm and Feinstein's 54 Below (254 West 54th Street) November 8 to 10 with shows at 7:00 pm. For tickets to 54 Below call (646) 476-3551.

Christine Andreas is a two-time Tony© Award nominee for her performances in Oklahoma! and On Your Toes. She captured theatergoers' hearts as Eliza Doolittle in the 20th anniversary production of My Fair Lady and also appeared as Jacqueline in the last revival of La Cage aux Folles as well as The Scarlet Pimpernel and the national tour of The Light in the Piazza. Her cabaret shows Love is Good, The Carlyle Set, Here's to the Ladies and Café Society have been performed at Feinstein's 54 Below, Café Carlyle and the now deceased Oak Room at the Algonquin with the New York Times accusing her of "electrifying her audiences!". The larger stages of Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center as well as PAC's and major symphonies nationwide garnered her the prestigious Mabel Mercer Award and the 2016 Bistro Award for Ongoing Artistry in Concert and Cabaret. With her husband, Grammy-nominated arranger/composer Martin Silvestri, Christine starred in his musical The Fields of Ambrosia on London's West End, followed by concerts in London, Paris, Rome, Australia and the White House. Her new one-woman show Piaf No Regrets is currently on tour and presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals. For all information on Christine, the album and the tour visit

PS Classics, founded in 2000 by Tommy Krasker and Philip Chaffin, is a nine-time Grammy Award nominee for its cast albums of Assassins, Nine: The Musical, Grey Gardens, Company, A Little Night Music, Sondheim on Sondheim, Follies, Porgy and Bess and Fun Home. The label's catalog includes award-winning cast recordings, solo albums by such artists as Cheyenne Jackson, Victoria Clark, Christine Andreas, Steven Pasquale, Liz Callaway, Stephanie J. Block, Tony Yazbeck, Judy Kuhn and Rebecca Luker and restorations of long-lost musicals including Vernon Duke's Sweet Bye and Bye, George Gershwin's Sweet Little Devil and Vincent Youmans' Through the Years. Visit

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