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Ordinary Days (Original Cast Recording)

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Keep your eye on Gwon

Adam Gwon is an artist to watch. His musical Ordinary Days is both poignant and uplifting. The music is lovely and he has great skill in writing fleshed out, believable characters with his lyrics. His song "I'll Be Here" hits the chord everyone who has experienced love lost as well as a nation who suffered a tragedy together. Fantastic work, Mr. Gwon.

Extraordinary in the Ordinary

This is one of my absolute favorite shows. It is smart, sweet, and charming. Adam beautifully captures the ordinary lives of these New York people. They are people you know, people you've seen. This show is real and beautiful. Each of these performers brings to life an actual PERSON that the listener believes. You can fall in love with who these people are, they are beautiful in their ordinary way. "For beautiful to happen, the beautiful has got to be seen." This musical will open your eyes! If you are a New Yorker or a lover of this wonderful city, you'll find something in this show. Brescia is heartfelt and heart-breaking. Foster is wistful and sweet. Gerner is silly and hopeful. Wetherhead is hilarious and biting. A MUST listen!


I LOVE THIS MUSICAL! Does any one know where I can find karaoke to big picture?

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