Brian Falduto Performs Stage Two Album Teaser/Single Release Show At The Cutting Room

Brian Falduto Performs Stage Two Album Teaser/Single Release Show At The Cutting Room

From child star to singer-songwriter, Brian Falduto continues to dazzle audiences with his talent. Always staying busy and creative, Brian has made notable growth in the arts. At the young age of 11, Brian was cast as the character Billy, a.k.a "Fancy Pants" in the beloved School of Rock. Through the years, Brian established himself as a well-rounded figure in the entertainment industry, working with renown organizations, like the Paper Mill Playhouse, helping to bring Country music to the Big Apple with NASH FM 94.7, and releasing his 2017 acoustic EP, Love One Another, which, within 24 hours, hit #94 on the US iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts.

He is now preparing for his Official Album Teaser and Single Release Party at The Cutting Room, Monday October 8th. Brian will be performing songs from his upcoming album, Stage Two, a musical piece that draws inspiration from psychologist Alan Downs' book, "The Velvet Rage," - detailed work discussing the 3 stages of the gay man's psychology: Shame (Stage 1), Compensation of Shame (Stage 2), and Authenticity (Stage 3).

Brian created this album while reflecting and understanding his own experience during Stage 2. The lead single "Rainy Day" documenting the darkest moments in that phase of his life. As a songwriter, Brian is personal, real, and dynamic, bringing hope into the darkest of moments.

The evening will also being featuring a performance by fellow LGBT musical artist Motteo Music, and the New York based acapella group Hudson Sound. As a special treat, the audience will get to hear the first single, "Rainy Day" before it drops at midnight following the party.

Don't miss out and get your tickets HERE!

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