Scott Alan
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Scott Alan has sold out concerts of his music in New York City, London, Germany, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles and Australia. Many of Broadway's elite have sung his music, including Liz Callaway, Jonathan Groff, Shoshana Bean, Adriane Lenox, Stephanie J. Block, Cheyenne Jackson, Eden Espinosa and more, all of which can be found featured on his debut CD Dreaming Wide Awake: The Music of Scott Alan.

In October 2008, Alan released the follow up CD, Keys, which features more of Broadway and West End elite singing his work, including Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis,  Kerry Ellis, Randy Graff, Megan Hilty, Hadley Fraser, Julia Murney and many more. 

In 2010, Alan released What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, featuring Christiane Noll, Darius de Haas, Christopher Sieber, Willemijn Verkaik, Patina Miller and more.

On 26 June 2012, Alan released his fourth album, LIVE, recorded at the famed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. This recording features Lea Salonga, Jane Monheit, Marc Broussard, Ramin Karimloo, Pentatonix and many of today’s brightest Broadway and West End stars. On 11 December 2012 the Special Edition version of LIVE was released, with bonus tracks sung by West End’s Samantha Barks, Oliver Tompsett, Nathan James & David Hunter. 

Two of Alan’s compositions will be featured on the premiere episode of the ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance. Alan also produced and directed the Neo2 Benefit Concert at the York Theatre in 2006, featuring some of today's brightest up and coming composers and lyricists, sung by some of Broadways greatest performers. His current project, HOME, is currently in development with playwright Christy Hall and producers StylesFour Productions and is scheduled for a Broadway production in the near future.

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