Playbill Playlist: Newsies and Wicked Actor Picks 6 Essential Summer Pop Songs | Playbill

Playlist Playbill Playlist: Newsies and Wicked Actor Picks 6 Essential Summer Pop Songs Daniel Quadrino, a former Newsie who can currently be seen on Broadway in Wicked, will return to 54 Below June 8. He shares his favorite pop songs essential for the summer as part of this week's Playbill Playlist.
Daniel Quadrino

After a sold-out solo concert debut this spring, Quadrino will return June 8 at 9:30 PM.

"Known for his pure tone, charming song interpretation, and effortless pop-rock styling, Daniel will be sharing some of his original songs – new and old – as well as exciting new covers of the pop classics and current hits that inspire him," according to 54 Below. "When Quadrino steps into the spotlight, this is one musical coming-of-age you will NOT want to miss!"

The evening will be music directed and produced by Benjamin Rauhala and will feature David Cinquegrana on the guitar, Justin Goldner on the bass, Jeremy Yaddaw on the drums and Rauhala on the piano.

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"Unbreakable Smile" (Tori Kelly). This girl is about to BLOW up — she has vocals for days, and her songs are so, so catchy! Perfect summer song!

"Sweet Talker" (Jessie J). It's no surprise that I love this woman. This is the title song from the album, and it's just such a feel good song.

"Geronimo" (Sheppard). I am loving this song, and what this song is standing for — "Just forget everything and go for it, stop looking back and just keep you're eyes on what you want!"

"Bright Lights and Cityscapes" (Sara Bareilles). Everyone needs one song that makes them weep, and this is my recent song that I go to when I'm feeling all the feels.

"Walkashame" (Meghan Trainor). The title says it all.

"You and Me" (You + Me). Yes, that's P!nk giving indie realness, and this song is just so easy to listen to, and the lyrics are beautiful.

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