The Record: Issue 2
The Record is a brand new column that gives Broadway performers an outlet to discuss their solo music. We love and support our favorite stage performers but this will be your first chance to really find out what their music is all about. You can learn about their CD's, concerts, influences, upcoming projects and much more.
Broadway performers are officially now on The Record.
We are thrilled to present our second issue with the incredible Kristin Chenoweth. We sat down with her to talk about her newly released country album "Some Lessons Learned".
Chenoweth is best known on Broadway for her performance as Sally Brown inYou're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999), for which she won a Tony Award, and for originating the role of Glinda in the musical Wicked (2003). Her best-known television role is Annabeth Schott in NBC's The West Wing. As Olive Snook on the ABC comedy-drama Pushing Daisies, she won a 2009 Emmy Award.
Find her CD's on sale on Itunes and in stores and
for more information on Kristin Chenoweth visit: www.KristinChenoweth.com
How do you define your sound?
I do a lot of different things with my voice. I think it’s a voice that you know who it is. If I'm singing a aria, if I'm singing country music, if I'm singing musical theatre, you know its me. I’m a soprano but I also belt. I think it’s my tamber in my voice that it may not be everyone’s favorite but it is recognizable and unique. Its just like I'm saying this one makes you great like its an unmistakable voice. I think that’s what I have going for me.