1. Jason Danieley, Sheldon Harnick, Mary Testa
What do Broadway stars listen to when they’re not performing on stage? Jason Danieley (Next to Normal, Curtains, The Full Monty) is appearing in this weekend’s Lyrics & Lyricists show, "W.S. Gilbert and the Broadway He Inspired," and he let us take a peek into his iPod. We’ve recreated his playlist on YouTube.
Matt Munisteri - “Let’s Do Something Bad” Matt Munisteri - “A Cottage For Sale” Martin Sexton - “Happy” Martin Sexton - “Sugarcoating” James Taylor - “My Traveling Star” The Steeldrivers - “Guitars, Whiskey, Guns and Knives” Earth, Wind and Fire - “Shining Star” Huey Lewis & The News - “Finally Found a Home” Phil Collins - “Why Can’t It Wait ‘Til Morning” David Wilcox - “Burgundy Heart-Shaped Medallion”

    Jason Danieley, Sheldon Harnick, Mary Testa

    What do Broadway stars listen to when they’re not performing on stage? Jason Danieley (Next to Normal, Curtains, The Full Monty) is appearing in this weekend’s Lyrics & Lyricists show, "W.S. Gilbert and the Broadway He Inspired," and he let us take a peek into his iPod. We’ve recreated his playlist on YouTube.

    Matt Munisteri - “Let’s Do Something Bad”
    Matt Munisteri - “A Cottage For Sale”
    Martin Sexton - “Happy”
    Martin Sexton - “Sugarcoating”
    James Taylor - “My Traveling Star”
    The Steeldrivers - “Guitars, Whiskey, Guns and Knives”
    Earth, Wind and Fire - “Shining Star”
    Huey Lewis & The News - “Finally Found a Home”
    Phil Collins - “Why Can’t It Wait ‘Til Morning”
    David Wilcox - “Burgundy Heart-Shaped Medallion”

  2. Awesome photos (courtesy Stephen Sorokoff) from Lyrics & Lyricists: Songs of America: From Stephen Foster to Bob Dylan and Beyond, this past weekend.

    Watch the final performances today.

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  3. Photos: Lyrics & Lyricists: Makin’ Whoopee’: Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn and the Jazz Age. © Cory Weaver

    Our next L&L show is pretty timely in an election year - "Songs of America: From Stephen Foster to Bob Dylan and Beyond." And so we’re asking, what’s your favorite Song of America? “Born in the USA”, “Coming to America”?

    Reblog and let us know!