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4 new tracks – D.C. Anderson/Steven Landau’s ‘After the Funeral’ which beautifully complements Cheryl Wheeler’s ‘Beyond the Lights’, Mary Huckin’s ‘Something Simple’, and Harry Chapin’s ‘Winter Song’ join ‘The Flintstones’, Patty Larkin’s ‘Time Was’ and many more favorites from D.C.’s repertoire on COLLECTED.

Recorded ‘live’ with pianists Lem Jay Ignacio, Steven Landau, and bassist Ritt Henn.

Blue Summer Day

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Blue Summer Day celebrates the performing collaboration between pianist Lem Jay Ignacio and D.C. 12 years performing together in cabaret rooms all across the US have produced a musical kinship that is easily discernable by listening to this abundant, eclectic recording. An audience member in Brownville Nebraska commented, “I love watching and listening to Lem Jay Ignacio accompany D.C. He is truly creating on-the-spot, he’s thrilling!” Listen to Lem Jay on ‘Second Time Around’ – you’ll see what she meant!

The Box Under The Bed

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23 songs beautifully performed by D.C. and pianist Lem Jay Ignacio and acoustic bassist Ritt Henn. Included are songs by contemporary songwriters Maury Yeston (‘New Words’), Cheryl Wheeler (‘Orbiting Jupiter’, ’75 Septembers’, ‘Thinking of Leaving’ , James Taylor (‘That Lonesome Road’), Roseanne Cash (‘Paralyzed’), Iris DeMent (‘My Life’), Leonard Cohen (‘Bird on a Wire’), Susan Osborn (‘Moonbathing’), Jim Lauderdale (‘Wake Up Screaming’) as well as Harold Arlen (‘If I Only Had a Brain’) and Bart Howard (‘Fly Me to the Moon’) and more!!

Big Strappin’ Fag Show

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Lee Lucas: An openly gay, openly HIV positive cabaret artist – was conceived in West Virginia, but, thankfully, was born in California. He began his professional career at the age of 10 and has appeared in over 30 plays and musicals. After years of working in television and film, including “Mother, Mother”, an award-winning AIDS drama with Polly Bergan and Piper Laurie, Lee made the decision to come out and work openly as a Gay artist. Consequently, he stopped working. Returning to cabaret and theater, he has since carved his own niche with Gay and Straight audiences the world over.

“No one should be able to make me both laugh and cry, and still look that good!” – Joe Morris, Drama-Logue.

Recorded LIVE at the Cinegrill in the world famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Lee sings with the voice of an angel and the wit of a devil in this “cabaret for homos”. With songs by DALE GONYEA, LINDY ROBBINS & GERALD STERNBACH, and CHARLES BLOOM among others and featuring specialty material by Lee himself.

“There is something here guaranteed to offend everyone! – Show Music

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