Lucie Jones’ live album is here – stream, download & order now!

Waitress star Lucie Jones has dropped her live album recorded in the West End.

The musical theatre star played a special solo concert at London’s Adelphi Theatre in February.

She was accompanied by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra, singing old classics and modern hits.

The concert was recorded and released as a live album on September 25.

The album is available to stream on Spotify here or download or stream via Apple Music/iTunes here.

Alternatively, you can order a CD of the album online here.

The tracklist features:

1. Excerpt from “What’s Inside”
2. Don’t Rain on My Parade
3. Sing Happy
4. Summer in Ohio
5. Gimme Gimme
6. The Prayer
7. A Piece of Sky
8. Into The Unknown
9. God Help the Outcasts
10. Take Me or Leave Me
11. Moon River
12. Never Give Up On You
13. She Used to Be Mine
14. That’s Life
15. Bring Him Home

A Exclusive Double CD is also available, featuring the main album plus an extra bonus disc with tracks exclusive to this release, including outtakes from the show and a look behind the curtain with Lucie and her MD, Freddie, in a piano rehearsal.

Speaking earlier this year, Lucie said: “The Adelphi has become so special to me while playing Jenna over the past year. Being able to step out onto that stage just as Lucie is going to be a once in a lifetime experience, and recording the show for a live album is the icing on the cake—or pie!

“I’m so excited to share the evening with everyone, with a 22-piece orchestra playing some of our favourite tunes, plus a few stories from me and a couple of incredible guests. I know I’ll be reliving the night through the album for the rest of my life!”

Lucie first rose to fame while taking part in ITV series The X Factor in 2009.

She went on to represent the UK at Eurovision in 2017 while forging a career on the stage. Alongside Waitress, where she currently appears in the lead role of Jenna, Lucie’s credits include Elle in Legally Blonde, Holly in The Wedding Singer, Maureen in Rent, Molly in Ghost and Cosette in Les Misérables.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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