Category: CDs

Review: Linda Lavin's CD Possibilities

It’s only her first CD, but it’s safe to say that the kid’s a comer. Veteran actress Linda Lavin, whose long career includes extensive musical theater credits, has just released her debut recording, Possibilities (Ghostlight Records). The performer, best… more »

8 Questions for Helena Blackman

Helena Blackman's debut solo CD The Sound of Rodgers and Hammerstein has recently been released by Speckulation Entertainment. The 12-track recording features the singer delivering such classics as "I Enjoy Being a Girl," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right O… more »

CD Review: Our First Mistake

You probably haven’t heard of them yet, but it’s only a matter of time until you do. Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk are a musical theater composing team who has won virtually every prize there is for promising up-and-comers, including the Kleban, Jon… more »

Review/Preview: Everett Bradley's Holidelic CD and Upcoming Joe's Pub Concert

Not since James Brown’s Christmas Album has there been a Yuletide-themed collection as funky as this latest release from Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/actor Everett Bradley (Broadway’s Swing). Featuring mostly original songs as well as very loose ad… more »

DVD Review: SONDHEIM! The Broadway Concert

For all of you unlucky souls who couldn’t be there, Image Entertainment has released SONDHEIM! The Birthday Concert, a DVD and Blu-ray of the concert held this March at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall in honor of the famed theater composer’s 80th birt… more »