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New Podcast! - Stage Door Johnny: John Miller Takes On Broadway


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John Miller
Celebrate John Millers's breakout debut CD “STAGE DOOR JOHNNY" with this podcast series including fascinating insights into his influences and his role in shaping the sound of the Great White Way for the last thirty years.


“Stage Door Johnny: John Miller Takes on Broadway" is a witty and unconventional take on the Broadway songbook from New York's top bassist and music coordinator for nearly 100 Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals.

As John slyly reinvents a dozen Broadway standards, listen to behind-the-scene stories on each track from the laidback James-Taylor-charm of “Wouldn't It Be Loverly?," to the smooth Latin “Real Live Girl." “Secret Love" from “Calamity Jane," sizzles with a jazz and funk-inspired arrangement. For “Fugue for Tinhorns," Miller is joined on vocals by legendary jazz singer/songwriter Bob Dorough and The Manhattan Transfer's Janis Siegel.

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