” H A I R ” TO CELEBRATE RELEASE
OF NEW BROADWAY CAST RECORDING
WITH ON STAGE “BE IN”
FANS ARE INVITED ON STAGE TO MEET
“THE TRIBE” & SHOW’S ALL-STAR BAND
AND GET CDs AUTOGRAPHED
FOLLOWING EVENING PERFORMANCE ON TUESDAY NIGHT (JUNE 23)
New York, NY (6/18/2009) – To celebrate the release of the new Broadway Cast Recording of the hit musical HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, the show will host a “be in” onstage at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre (302 West 45th Street, NYC) immediately following the 7:00 PM performance on Tuesday, June 23 (starting at approximately 9:45 PM). Fans will be invited to have their CDs autographed by “the tribe” and the show’s all-star band. That date will also mark the worldwide, in-store release date of the new Broadway Cast Recording, which features never-before-released tracks from the show’s iconic score. The Ghostlight Records album, featuring the 37-member cast and band, was recorded on Monday, April 6th at New York City’s Legacy Studios and is produced by Kurt Deutsch and Joel Moss with Bill Rosenfield acting as Executive Producer.
While the onstage signing is open to the public, ticketholders for that evening’s performance will have preferred access. Non-ticketholders can begin lining up outside the Al Hirschfeld Theatre beginning at 7:00 PM. CD’s will be available for purchase at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre that night. Due to time constraints, only CDs can be signed.
One of the most iconic of Broadway scores, HAIR features more modern “hit” songs than any show in history: “Aquarius,” “Let The Sun Shine In,” “Easy To Be Hard,” “Good Morning Starshine,” and the title song became chart-topping hits, Grammy winners, Gold or Platinum records, or all of the above. The original Broadway cast recording of HAIR remains one of greatest selling pop albums of all time and among the most beloved in music history.
The new Broadway production of HAIR is the winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. The Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle also recently honored the production with their 2009 award for Outstanding Revival of a Musical.
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