The Journey Home
The star of Broadway (Amour, A New Brain and The Story Of My
Life) and television (Caroline in the City and HBO's Grey Gardens) retraces his musical roots, digging deep into classics like "Long Before I Knew You," taking on anthems raucous ("It's a Fine Life") and romantic ("Look to the Rainbow"), and mining the passion in newer ballads like William Finn's "Anytime."
Malcolm Gets has often said that his career happened because of the record cabinet in his parents' living room – specifically, the cast albums of the 1950s and '60s that they stored there. Gets was studying to be a classical pianist, but instead of practicing, he would end up playing selections by Rodgers & Hammerstein. Now, after forging an acclaimed career as a star of Broadway and television, Gets retraces his musical roots in his debut album, THE JOURNEY HOME.
Produced, arranged and orchestrated by John McDaniel.