Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae's New Musical EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE Gets Concept Album

Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae's New Musical EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE Gets Concept Album

As Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae's new musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie opens at Sheffield Theatres, Wilson Way Records release a concept album of the musical with performances by John McCrea who plays Jamie, Josie Walker who plays Margaret and Gillespie Sells, with additional vocals by Sophie Ellis Bextor and Betty Boo. The album is available to buy from Sheffield Theatres and via iTunes.

Dan Gillespie Sells said today, "Our director Jonathan Butterell said to me when we started working on Everybody's Talking About Jamie: 'write a concept album'. So that's what I did. Producing this album was my way of arranging and honing the music for the show. It was a very important part of the process and we are delighted to share it with you."

'Out of the darkness,
Into the spotlight,
A teenage sensation is coming.'

Jamie New is 16. He's from Sheffield. And he has a secret. He doesn't quite fit in at school. His Dad's left home. He's about to sit his GCSEs. The future is terrifying. With his brilliant mum behind him, will Jamie be brave enough to stand up for who he really wants to be?

A coming-of-age story with a twist, with catchy new songs by lead singer-songwriter of The Feeling Dan Gillespie Sells and writer Tom MacRae, this brand new musical will have everybody talking about Jamie for years to come.

The production runs at Sheffield Theatres from 8 to 25 February.


Don't Even Know It

The Wall in My Head


The Legend of Loco Chanel (and the Blood Red Dress)

If I Let Myself

Work of Art

Over the Top

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

At 16

It Means Beautiful

He's My Boy

My Man, Your Boy

Dan Gillespie Sells is best known for being the lead vocalist and principal songwriter in The Feeling. Their debut album, 'Twelve Stops And Home' sold over a million copies, whilst their second album, 'Join With Us' reached the No. 1 spot in the UK Charts. . His theatre credits include The Bad, The Sad, And The Broken Hearted (Soho Theatre and The Steve Allen Theatre, Los Angeles), 3WITHD (London Coliseum and Stuttgart Ballet). He wrote the theme music for television series Beautiful People. Gillespie Sells won the Ivor Novello award for Song Writer of the Year in 2007.

Tom MacRae's theatre credits include Crash Of The Elysium (Manchester International Festival). His television credits include The Librarians, Bulldog Drummond, Fungus The Bogeyman, Threesome, Overboard, The Store, Uniform, Snake Tattoo, Pulse, Escape, Money Can Buy You Love, School's Out, Doctor Who, Bonekickers, Lewis, Mayo, No Angels As If, U Get Me and Mile High.

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