Composer and producer Joey Contreras presents the latest episode of “Hot Off the Ivories,” his web series featuring the songs of up-and-coming composers. Here, Jay Armstrong Johnson ( Hands on a Hardbody) performs “Town Goes Boom” by Chris Miller (music) and Nathan Tysen (lyrics), who are known as the songwriting team behind Broadway-bound Tuck Everlasting. Miller accompanies on piano, with Matt Hinkley on guitar. Watch Phoebe Strole perform Contreras’ “Good Friends.”
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