Margo Seibert to Release Solo Debut Album

Cast Recordings & Albums   Margo Seibert to Release Solo Debut Album
 
77th Street, the new album from the star of Rocky and In Transit, will be released October 26.
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Margo Seibert

Margo Seibert, known for her performances in the Broadway productions of Rocky and In Transit, will release her solo debut album, 77th Street, October 26 on the Yellow Sound Label.

The recording will include a mix of Seibert’s original material as well as songs by Leonard Bernstein, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Joni Mitchell, and more.

Seibert will celebrate the album’s release with an October 22 concert at Joe’s Pub. Show time is 9:30 PM.

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The track listing follows:
“Something’s Coming” (Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim)
“Make Up Your Mind” (Margo Seibert)
“What a Fool Believes” (Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins)
“I Don’t Know Where I Stand” (Joni Mitchell)
“77th Street” (Margo Seibert)
“Head Over Heels” (Tears for Fears)
“It Might as Well Be Spring” (Richard Rodgers and Ocar Hammerstein II)
“Vera Byrd” (Margo Seibert)
“Let The Mystery Be” (Iris Dement)
“Woodstock” (Joni Mitchell)
“Whitman” (Margo Seibert)
“Albatross” (Margo Seibert)
All Apologies (Nirvana)

77th Street is an homage to the in-betweens of life,” Seibert said. “Employment is fleeting for an artist. We spend months, even years searching for the next right fit. It was during one of these periods that I began to pay attention to the melodies and lyrics I had been squirreling away for years. I’m an actress, but I never entertained the idea that I could be a writer. Imposter syndrome loomed large. My friend Michael Croiter urged me to continue creating music. I wrestled to embrace all parts of me — artist, imposter, writer, singer without formal training, woman resistant to surrender, tenacious self-improver, fiercly loyal lover of 70s, 80s, and 90s music — and invited them out to play. I then took these elements and the location where inspiration hit, my first apartment on East 77th Street, and set out to explore this unappreciated time in our lives between now and the next thing. The times when the stories of our lives are written. This album is collection of songs that express the exhilaration of knowing anything is possible, the frustration of being stuck, the heartache of letting someone go, and all the rest of the beautiful in-betweens.”

For tickets, visit JoesPub.com. 77th Street can be pre-ordered at YellowSoundLabel.com.

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