Just kidding, it’s only 18 (and a 6-piece band.) But that’s a whole lot of our favorite singers joining us for our Feinstein’s/54 Below concert on Sunday, July 30 at 7pm!
Delaney Amatrudo, Ally Bonino, Sojourner Brown, Max Chernin, Molly Hager, Sam Heldt, Emily Jenda, Marina Kondo, Kelsey Lake, Amy Linden, Ellen Condon Macy, Evan Maltby, Allison Posner, Allie Sandler, Libby Servais, Johnny Shea, Phoebe Strole, and Allie Trimm are going to bring you tunes from REB+VoDKa+ME, Something Blue, and The Magnificent Seven!
We’re so excited to have so many faces we love (both new and familiar) on stage with us! Get your tickets now to celebrate their wonderfulness with us! (And use the code JMGL5 to get $5 off the cover for the main dining room…)
Here they are! Huge thanks to our wonderful engineer Reed Taylor for all of these wonderful tracks. And thanks to all the talented folks who came into the studio with us: MD Rich Silverstein; musicians Ian Axness, Eric Day, Danny Jonokuchi, Jeremy Yaddaw, and Andrew Zinsmeister; and singers Ally Bonino, Liz Carbonell, Max Chernin, Charles Franklin, Sam Heldt, Brad Standley, and Lauren Worsham.
Hear all of the tracks in story order with the rest of our demos on their WORKS pages!
Julia and I are back in the studio to record some new tracks for I Love You, Anita Bryant and Something Blue. We’re recording 14 tracks with some of our very favorite people, and it’s been a blast so far! The new tracks should be available and posted in mid-September, so keep an eye (ear?) out.
(We’ve also got Sam Heldt, Lauren Worsham, Nick Blaemire, and Dustin Sullivan singing for us, but I’m bad about taking enough pictures…)
Thanks to Joe Barros, Laura Brandel, and everyone at the New York Theatre Barn for welcoming us back to the D-Lounge. Big thanks to director Ethan Heard, music director Rich Silverstein, and musicians Chris Blacker, Michael Blancaflor, David White, and Andrew Zinsmeister.
We can’t wait to finish this show and share it again sometime soon!
Tonight’s the night! We had a wonderful sitzprobe last night (pictured above in the music room at Julia’s dayjob – yes, that’s One World Trade Center hidden behind the break in the windows.) It was the first time I’d heard most of the songs with the band and I can’t wait to share them with the audience at the D-Lounge tonight!
If you can’t make it, be on the lookout for photos and videos in the next few weeks!
Next Monday! 7:30pm!
Come on down to the D-Lounge to hear a selection of songs from our new musical Something Blue on a double bill with Jay Alan Zimmerman‘s Roboticus.
I’m so happy to get to hear 6 brand new songs sung for the first time (and 3 that we’ve enjoyed since we recorded them last year.)
The NYTB concert of Something Blue on Monday, November 17 is almost upon us. If the prospect of hearing new Gordon & Julia songs weren’t enough to get you there, come so you can hear the wonderful Jeremy Morse, Phoebe Strole, and Blake Segal sing said new songs, as directed by Ethan Heard and musically directed by Rich Silverstein!
Julia and I are super excited to present songs from our newest musical Something Blue with New York Theatre Barn at the D-Lounge on Monday, Nov. 17 at 7:30pm. We’re putting everything together for it right now, so stay tuned for updates!
Something Blue tells the story of a man who travels to his ex-boyfriend’s wedding to a woman. Three people, lots of songs. Listen to a few of them here!
I’m excited to return to NYTB @ The D-Lounge (almost exactly 7 years after my first NYC concert there) and happy to be sharing the bill with the wonderful Jay Alan Zimmerman! Be on the lookout for ticket info soon…