Rachel Tucker: On The Road VINYL

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    Rachel Tucker: On The Road is the second studio album by West End and Broadway star Rachel Tucker. Best known for her multi award winning portrayal of Elphaba in Wicked and the BBC’s musical reality programme I’d Do Anything, Rachel wowed audiences at London’s Crazy Coqs with her sold out one-woman cabaret show as part of Live at Zedel. This led tothe start of a 13 date UK tour beginning in her hometown of Belfast; and then finishing up crossing the pond to Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York. Following her dates at Zedel, Rachel went into the studio to record some of the songs from the show.

    Rachel’s co-star in Wicked, Lee Mead, joins her to sing the heartrending You Matter To Me from the new Broadway musical Waitress, written by Sara Bareilles. Lee Mead became a star after winning the BBC’s Any Dream Will Do, the musical reality programme led by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Also joining Rachel for a duet of That's Life, is Olivier Award Winner Rebecca Trehearn, who joined Rachel on the 'On The Road' tour.

    Rachel Tucker: On The Road includes the first studio recording of Kait Kerrigan & Brian Lowdermilk’s Hand in Hand, a new big band arrangement of the Oliver! classic Where Is Love? Rachel’s first original song I’m Falling (co-written by Musical Director Kris Rawlinson), Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, a poignant and heartfelt nod to Rachel’s time playing the iconic “green girl”, and a completely reimagined studio version of No Good Deed, from Wicked.


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"A winning formula... If this is just the beginning then I'm very much excited by the future."

The Theatre Blog

"Fresh, unorthodox... Every song impressed. I can't recommend it highly enough"

★★★★★ West End Frame

"Phenomenal MD Kris Rawlinson has re-orchestrated the songs with acoustic splendour... I'll be back for more!"

Mark Shenton

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★★★★★ West End Wilma