Marisha Wallace to release debut album ‘Tomorrow’ – pre-order here!

West End and Broadway star Marisha Wallace has signed a record deal with Universal’s Decca Records.

It follows the singing sensation releasing a charity cover of ‘Tomorrow’ from the musical Annie, to raise funds for those in the theatre industry affected by lockdown.

The single was playlisted by Radio 2 and peaked at Number 2 in the UK download charts.

Wallace, who will soon be appearing in the West End revival of Hairspray, will release her album titled ‘Tomorrow’ in November.

You can pre-order the CD online here.

A teaser for the album reads: “The record, packed full of uplifting covers as well as four brand new, original tracks is released in hopes of helping the world move forward from such a negative time – there are moments in the album intended to comfort & to cry to but also so many tracks to feel uplifted and inspired by as the world bands together, looking for a better ‘tomorrow’.”

The tracklist features:

1. Somewhere
2. Alive
3. Tomorrow
4. The Show Must go on
5. Rainbow
6. Before I Go
7. My Declaration
8. Faith
9. You’re the Voice
10. Divine
11. Purple Rain
12. Reflection
13. I’m Free
14. Angel
15. Climb Every Mountain

Marisha said: “I am so thrilled to be a part of the legacy of Decca records. I keep pinching myself because this is just a dream come true. My first album coming out during this turbulent time in history is a symbol of hope for all of us.

“At the beginning of lockdown the theatres were closed and I thought it was the end, but now I know it was just the beginning of something wonderful. To share a label with icons like Shirley Bassey and Ella Fitzgerald I truly feel right at home. I can’t wait to help bring some healing and hope to our world. Because the sun WILL come out tomorrow!”

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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