GRAMMY® AWARD WINNING JENNIFER NETTLES RELEASES NEW ALBUM ALWAYS LIKE NEW TODAY
The album, executive produced by Adam Zotovich (Dear Evan Hansen, The Color Purple, An American in Paris), spans classics to contemporary favorites and is receiving praise for Nettles’ take on songs like Wait For It (by Lin-Manuel Miranda from Hamilton), You Will Be Found (by Benj Pasek-Justin Paul from Dear Even Hansen) and a beautiful duet with Brandi Carlile on It All Fades Away (by Jason Robert Brown from The Bridges of Madison County ).
Nettles shared, "As a child who grew up in musical theatre, this album feels like a homecoming to me. I savored every note of singing and arranging these songs with Alex Lacamoire. It is thrilling to be able to celebrate this amazing songwriting with arrangements and vocals that allow them to be rediscovered anew.”
Nettles has kept a busy schedule during album release week having appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show and giving a powerful performance on The Kelly Clarkson Show. She also kicked off release day with an appearance and performance on TODAY. As an LGBTQIA+ ally, later today she will also be taking part in Rolling Stone’s 2021 Pride Celebration, which is a livestream event on Rolling Stone’s official Twitch Channel.
The new album is available on CD, Vinyl and for Digital download. Nettles is also offering exclusive versions of the album with retail partners, Target (CD included two bonus tracks: Not While I’m Around from Sweeney Todd and She Used to Be Mine from Waitress)and Barnes and Noble.
1.Wouldn’t It Be Loverly from My Fair Lady
2.Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ The Boat from Guys and Dolls
3.Wait For It from Hamilton
4.Almost Like Being In Love from Brigadoon
5.It All Fades Away featuring Brandi Carlile from The Bridges Of Madison County
6.There’s A Sucker Born Ev’ry Minute from Barnum
7.Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’ from Oklahoma!
8.Anyone Can Whistle from Anyone Can Whistle
9.You Will Be Found from Dear Evan Hansen
10.Tomorrow from Annie
About Jennifer Nettles:
Jennifer Nettles is a superstar entertainer on multiple platforms who most recently appeared as a judge on TBS’ mega-hit competition series, Go-Big Show. Nettles portrayed Aimee-Leigh Gemstone on HBO’s hit series The Righteous Gemstones and delivered a powerful and provocative performance in Focus Features’ Harriet Tubman biopic. In 2019, Jennifer released an EP titled I Can Do Hard Things. Previously, she released two solo albums titled Playing with Fire and To Celebrate Christmas, as well as a Sugarland album named Bigger. Sugarland’s song Stay was a platinum No. 1 hit which earned two GRAMMY® Awards for Best Country Song and Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group, and Jennifer earned another GRAMMY for her collaboration with Bon Jovi on Who Says You Can't Go Home. Her other achievements in music include five ASCAP awards, three ACM Awards, a CMA Award, the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally for Equality Award and the Artist Impact Award from Lincoln Center. Jennifer made her Broadway debut in 2015 as Roxy Hart in the Tony® Award-winning, record-breaking musical Chicago and starred as Donna in the Hollywood Bowl’s summer production of Mamma Mia!. She is also currently developing a musical about 17th Century Crusading Poisoner Giulia Tofana.
Alex Lacamoire is an award-winning music director, arranger, and composer. He is best known for his work on Broadway's critically-acclaimed shows Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, and In The Heights. Altogether, he has won three Tonys for Best Orchestrations, three Grammys for Best Musical Theater Album, an additional Grammy for producing The Greatest Showman soundtrack, and most recently, an Emmy for Outstanding Music Direction for his work in FX’s mini-series Fosse/Verdon. He was also the recipient of a first-of-its-kind Kennedy Center Honors for his contribution to Hamilton. Lacamoire and the Hamilton creative team were honored as the “trailblazing creators of a transformative work that defies category” — a distinction never before awarded by the arts institution. He currently serves as the Executive Music Producer for Warner Brothers' new film In The Heights.
About Concord Records:
CONCORD RECORDS is celebrated for its highly successful collaborations with legendary artists such as Ray Charles, Sergio Mendes, James Taylor and Carole King. Concord has a long legacy of fostering uncommon successes for artists of singular and extraordinary talent and creativity who often defy genre boundaries.
Today, Concord Records’ expanding roster of artists includes an eclectic mix of legends such as Elvis Costello, Billy Gibbons and Keb’ Mo’, mainstay alternative bands like the New Pornographers, and groundbreaking new artists like Esperanza Spalding, Lindsey Stirling and The Record Company.