Nick Cordero’s Last Album “Live Your Life,” Will Be Released On His Birthday, Sept. 17

The legacy of Nick Cordero will live on in a live recording as his album Live Your Life, set for release on Sept. 17, the date marks 42nd birthday of the late Broadway star.

23rd July 2020 | 03:35 PM (IST)
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Thanks to a recording originally unreleased, the late actor Nick Cordero gets to take his final bow.

"Live Your Life," a live album of Cordero 's 2019 cabaret show at Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City, will drop Sept. 17, the actor's birthday, his partner, Amanda Kloots, revealed Wednesday.

“Nick would be absolutely thrilled to hear this news,” his wife Kloots said on Instagram. “I’ve never seen my husband work so hard on something and be so nervous to perform. I was so proud of him and absolutely loved watching him onstage these two nights. He created this show from scratch, choosing songs to tell a story … his story.”

 
 
 
 
 
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Exciting news! Thanks to our friend @michaeljmoritz -Nick’s one man show he created last April @54below is being released by @bwayrecords with presale starting today. ⠀ Nick would be absolutely thrilled to hear this news. I’ve never seen my husband work so hard on something and be so nervous to perform. I was so proud of him and absolutely loved watching him onstage these two nights. He created this show from scratch, choosing songs to tell a story... his story. There’s some Broadway tunes with fun guest stars, some pop, standards, a little Latin and of course the encore is Live Your Life. ⠀ The album release date will be on Nicks 42nd birthday, September 17, 2020.

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"Live Your Life" stars guest appearances by Cordero 's friend Zach Braff, Broadway's "Jagged Little Pill" Kathryn Gallagher, and the "Waitress" Drew Gehling.

Cordero died from coronavirus on July 5 at the age of 41, after a month-long health struggle. His fight captured the attention of the world, and fans and friends shared videos playing the performer's music on social media to encourage hope.

The actor's struggle with various setbacks and health crisis was documented in constant Instagram posts by wife Kloots, which were followed by an old and new global fan base.

Meanwhile, earlier this month at a small memorial with close friends and family Amanda Kloots honored her late husband Nick Cordero. She said that the Broadway actor's sad demise, after a fight with COVID-19, was in "spirit" when she took to Instagram on July 12. Read more.

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23rd July 2020 | 03:35 PM (IST)
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