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News Exclusive Listen! Aaron Tveit Sings from New Musical An American Victory Aaron Tveit, Ramin Karimloo and Ashley Brown give voice to the musical on a new studio cast recording.
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Broadway Records will release the studio cast recording of An American Victory: A New Musical April 22.

Featuring Ashley Brown, Adam Jacobs, John Owen-Jones, Ramin Karimloo, Hugh Panaro and Aaron Tveit, the album features 21 songs from the musical written by composer Louis R. Bucalo.

In advance of the album’s release, Playbill.com is debuting “Sons of Adventure,” performed by Tveit and Zachary Prince.

An American Victory, according to press notes, “is set in 1801, as America experiences brutal attacks on its ships by government sponsored pirates, whose extortion demands have grown to reach twenty percent of the entire government’s budget. Based on actual historical events, An American Victory tells the story of an audacious act of defiance against organized terror that forever changes the lives of all those caught in the swirling struggle, and the path of a nation.”

Composer-lyricist Bucalo added, “The situation and struggle of those who fought this battle in our country’s earliest days is as powerful and resonant now as it was to those who lived it. Once I came to know them, I wanted to tell their story.”

A track list follows:

1. “Opening”
2. “People Are Talking”
3. “What Do You See?”
4. “Revolution”
5. “Glory Bound”
6. “Toward a Star”
7. “On the Way to the Ball”
8. “How Many Times”
9. “The Road You’re On”
10. “I Could Never Be The One”
11. “All I Am”
12. “I’ve Been Waiting for a Day Like This”
13. “Please My Love”
14. “My Child Can You Hear Me?”
15. “Dance For One”
16. “Sons of Adventure”
17. “Hold Me Once Again”
18. “No Way to Change That Now”
19. “A World Away”
20. “Teach Me Another Way”
21. “A Change Will Come”

The studio cast recording is now available for pre-order at BroadwayRecords.com and Amazon, and will be available on iTunes and other retailers April 22.

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