Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Tony Award Winner Salonga to Release New Studio Album

according to broadway world article and playbill, lea salonga will release her solo album later this month.

Tony Award winner Lea Salonga, who will return to Broadway as Fantine in the current revival of Les Misérables, will release her latest solo recording later this month.

According to the Manilla Bulletin, Salonga's new studio recording is entitled "Inspired" and will be available on the SonyBMG Music Entertainment label. Among the songs featured on the new CD are Beverly Craven's "Promise Me," Jim Brickman's "To Hear You Say," Lani Macaraeg's "Do You Hear It" and Louie Ocampo's "Two Words."

Other titles on the new recording include "When October Goes," "My Foolish Heart," "Brian's Song," "Sing" and "Waiting for Love."

Salonga joins the Les Miz revival March 6 at the Broadhurst Theatre.

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