Spotlighting the $7 Songs from Laura Benanti, Aaron Tveit, Sierra Boggess & More

Last updated December 17th, 2013 by Josh Ferri
Spotlighting the $7 Songs from Laura Benanti, Aaron Tveit, …

There’s a theory that if an album costs about $15, somewhere on that album, one song is so good that it alone is worth $7 of the $15. Below BroadwayBox highlights the $7 songs from a variety of Broadway stars’ 2013 solo albums.

Laura Benanti, In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention

Laura Benanti Album
$7 Song: “Starry Eyed/Video Games”

Aaron Tveit, The Radio in My Head

$7 Song: “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

Audra McDonald, Go Back Home

$7 Song: “Baltimore”

Judy Kuhn, All This Happiness

Judy Kuhn- Album- All This Happiness
$7 Song: “Night Ride Home”

Sierra Boggess, Awakening

$7 Song:"Wildflowers"

Bebe Neuwirth, NYC

Bebe- NYC
$7 Song: "Mr. Bojangles"

Cheyenne Jackson, I’m Blue, Skies

$7 Song: “Don’t Wanna Know”

Matt Morrison, Where It All Began

Matthew Morrison- Where It All Began
$7 Song: “On the Street Where You Live”

Lindsay Mendez, This Time

$7 Song: “Lilac Wine”

Megan Hilty, It Happens All the Time

Megan Hilty- It Happens All the Time
$7 Song: “Be a Man”

Norbert Leo Butz, Memory & Mayhem

$7 Song: “Georgia On My Mind”

Patti LuPone, Far Away Places

Patti LuPone
$7 Song: Every. Single. One.