Sunday, November 2, 2008

Love Out Loud for Kevin Earley

Kevin Earley has a recording entitled Earley Standards featuring classics from such composers as Cole Porter, Duke Ellington and George and Ira Gershwin. Now a New York audience will have the opportunity to hear the star of A Tale of Two Cities to sing the grand music of Burt Bacharach. Critics have hailed Kevin as "peerless, a brilliant singer and actor." Earley's Broadway credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie and Les Miserables and he has made frequent guest appearances with the California Philharmonic and at the Hollywood Bowl. [source: CD Baby] Kevin is a devoted member of Musical Theater Guild, dedicated to performing new and rediscovered musicals. He also takes part in benefits, including (BC/EFA’s) Easter Bonnet and Gypsy of the Year, (Los Angeles) Salon at the Taper, Actors Fund and William Holden Wildlife Foundation. While in Chicago he received a Joseph Jefferson Award for the Balladeer in Assassins at The Appletree Theater. Other awards include the B. Iden Payen Award for Curly in Oklahoma and three coveted Robby Awards. [source:] This unique and much heralded talent will grace New World Stages once again helping Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS in POZ’s Bacharach to the Future. Learn more about him here, yet another website dedicated to him.

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