NEWS: SEPT. 2005

» SEPTEMBER 27, 2005     CD RELEASES!
posted by Kim @ 12:55AM  

Rent Soundtrack released today in stores, and you can also purchase it at Amazon.com.

In addition, Idina’s first solo recording, “Still I Can’t Be Still” is being RE-released in stores today, as well – it can also be ordered on Amazon.com. Go show support!

Also, added to the Gallery, there are a few pictures of Idina at the Hurricane Benefit on Sunday night, singing and signing a quilt for charity. [She sang an acoustic version of “I’ll Cover You” during the concert.]

» SEPTEMBER 23, 2005     RENT SPREAD IN SHOW PEOPLE
posted by Kim @ 4:35PM  

Check out the current FALL edition of the NYC-based theatre magazine, SHOW People, which features a 6-page spread on Rent and includes numerous new photos, both promo and production (here’s one just to preview):


(c) Show People magazine

» SEPTEMBER 22, 2005     IDINA PART OF HURRICANE BENEFIT!
posted by Kim @ 11:22AM  

Idina added to the group of Broadway performers scheduled to appear at the Gershwin Theatre on September 25th for Broadway’s Celebrity Benefit for Hurricane Relief. Read more about it at Playbill.com.

» SEPTEMBER 20, 2005     CD RELEASES!
posted by Kim @ 8:30AM  

“Desperate Housewives” Soundtrack (with Idina singing “Damsel in Distress”) and “Genius and Friends” from Ray Charles (with Idina and Ray singing “I Will Be There”) hit stores today! Make sure to check them out. Individual tracks can also be purchased using iTunes Music Store.

» SEPTEMBER 19, 2005     ‘SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE’ TICKETS ON SALE!
posted by Kim @ 9:12AM  

Tickets for Idina’s upcoming show See What I Wanna See have officially gone on sale! To purchase tickets for the show, which runs from Oct. 11-Nov. 20, go to Telecharge.com. (Note: Telecharge, as well as Idina, have announced this show is NOT appropriate for audience members 13 and under — Please be respectful of the warnings if you are underage.)

» SEPTEMBER 16, 2005     LISTEN TO IDINA AND RAY!
posted by Kim @ 7:23PM  

Want to hear Idina singing with Ray Charles NOW?? Well, go to Rhino.com here and choose your player at the top — The entire album is available in one long stream, so go to {time 28:38} to listen to Idina and Ray’s duet “I Will Be There”!

» SEPTEMBER 15, 2005     MORE CONCERT LINKS!
posted by Kim @ 11:00PM  

Coming in a little bit late (sorry ’bout that, guys), I’ve finally uploaded 2 Idina concerts from Boston (at the Regatta Bar), 8/27, that can be downloaded temporarily here — PLEASE read the disclaimer and follow all rules!

» SEPTEMBER 13, 2005     UPCOMING CD INFO!
posted by Kim @ 7:23PM  

You can now hear Idina singing “Damsel in Distress”, her track featured on the “Desperate Housewives” soundtrack, which will be released in stores a week from today — Listen to the song here on VH1.com

Also, her solo album, “Still I Can’t Be Still”, which was originally released in 1998, is being re-released September 27 (same day as the Rent soundtrack), and it can be purchased for a new low price of $13.99 at Amazon.com! — Definitely beats the $30 it was going for the past 2 years, huh?

» SEPTEMBER 10, 2005     NEW RAY CHARLES CD to FEATURE IDINA!
posted by Kim @ 12:55AM  

According to Billboard.com, Idina is one of many artists who will be featured on a track with the late Ray Charles on a new duets album, “Genius and Friends,” which will be released September 20th — to read more about the album, as well as the Box Set honoring Charles’ work, click here. Idina will be singing the tune “I Will Be There” with the legend, and you can check out the track list and pre-order the CD here at Rhino.com

» SEPTEMBER 7, 2005     THEATRE AND CONCERTS!
posted by Kim @ 2:39AM  

Tickets for the Off-Broadway show, See What I Wanna See, which stars Idina, will go on sale Monday, September 19th! Go here for more information.

Also, Idina will be featured in an upcoming concert event, Broadway Meets Country, which will play one-night-only on November 12th! The Benefit will raise money for victims of the Katrina Hurricane in New Orleans and the other affected areas. To read more about the the event, check out Playbill.com or BroadwayWorld.com.

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