Betty Buckley will release an album of Sondheim songs

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Betty Buckley sings Stephen Sondheim will include 24 titles from the late composer’s catalogue.

Tony winner Betty Buckley will take over the catalog of the late composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim with a new compilation album, Betty Buckley sings Stephen Sondheimwhich is slated for release on March 11. The album will feature 24 tracks taken from nine of Buckley’s previous releases, and two tracks unique to this release.

Buckley will celebrate the release of the album with a series of concert dates on both coasts, starting with his long-awaited return to Joe’s Pub, Betty Buckley and her friends, from March 18 to March 21. Veanne Cox, Todd Almond, James Harkness and Claire Moore will join her for some concerts. Visit PublicTheater.org for more information.

Buckley will next perform in San Francisco at Feinstein at the Nikko from March 3-April 2. Feinstein’s concerts will feature musical director and award-winning pianist Christian Jacob. Visit FeinsteinsSF.com for more information.

Take a look at the full Betty Buckley sings Stephen Sondheimthe list of titles below:

1. “Children will listen” – From The children will listen*
2. “Not While I’m Here” – From The children will listen*
3. “I remember” – From The children will listen*
4. “Children and Art / Stay with Me” – From The children will listen*
5. “No one is alone” – From The children will listen*
6. “Sorry-Grateful” – From The children will listen*
7. “Not a day goes by” – From The children will listen*
8. “Move On” – From At a glance*
9. “Pretty Woman” – De Much More*
10. “Old Friends” – From The London gig
11. “Finish the Hat” – From The London gig
12. “Marry Me Some” – From The London gig
13. “Send the Clowns” – From The London gig
14. “Every day a little death” – From An evening at Carnegie Hall*
15. “Now You Know” – From An evening at Carnegie Hall*
16. “Something’s Happening” – From An evening at Carnegie Hall*
17. “Rose’s Ride” – From An evening at Carnegie Hall*
18. “Anyone Can Whistle” – From Heart to Heart*
19. “Another Hundred People” – New Live Concert Recording
20. “I Know Things Now” – New Live Concert Recording
21. “Jet Song” – From Oh, men! The Broadway Boys
22. “Maria” – From Oh, men! The Broadway Boys
23. “Sweeney Todd Suite: Not While I’m Here/Johanna/My Friends” – From Oh, men! The Broadway Boys
24. “I’m Still Here” – From History songs

* originally released by Mort Drosnes, Sterling Records

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