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Alan Cumming in the 1998 Broadway revival of 'Cabaret'

Alan Cumming's New Album ‘ Sings Sappy Songs’ Released Now Before Carnegie Concert >>

Alan Cumming’s (Cabaret) all new album, Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, is out now. On the new record Cumming covers a variety of songs from artist like Billy Joel, Miley Cyrus, Rufus Wainwright as well classic musicals like Stephen Sondheim's Company and Kander and Ebb's You, You, You. Following today’s release, Cumming will perform live at Carnegie Hall this coming Monday, Feb 08) with special guest Kristen Chenoweth (Wicked), Darren Criss (Hedwig & The Angry Inch) and more. Alan Cumming will also be singing his sappy songs on the road with various performance date throughout Canada and the U.S.

Alan Cumming

‘Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs’: Broadway Fav Releases New Record with Covers of Stephen Sondheim & Miley Cyrus >>

Broadway favorite Alan Cumming is a about to get really sappy. The famed 'Cabaret' Emcee and former X-Men member is about to release his brand new solo album, Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. In the brand new album recorded live at NYC’s Café Carlyle,Cummings covers a wide range of music from Stephen Sondheim to Miley Cyrus.If you like that news than you are going to love this. In celebration of the new record Alan Cumming is also going to have a few friends over to Sing Sappy Songs with him at his February 9 Carnegie Hall performance.

Miley Cyrus Accepts Vanguard Award, Helps LGBT Center By Licking $50,000 Grand PIano

Miley Cyrus Accepts Vanguard Award, Helps LGBT Center by Licking $50,000 Grand Piano >>

Miley Cyrus may bebeen dubbed the unofficial spokesman of youths today after having received a Vanguard Award from the LGBT Center. Now, she has helped the charity by adding value to a signed piano at auction the only way she knows how: by licking it.

Little Lord Fauntleroy: Rufus Wainwright Talks Coming Out, Family Life, Miley Cyrus and the "Spiritual Experience" of Opera >>

Yes, he's here. And he is queer. But who, save for the bigots, cares? For us, we're more concerned about his statements on opera in his latest Q&A with The Guardian.

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