Musical-theater writers Lance Horne and Drew Brody will take the stage at Feinstein's/54 Below on Wednesday, May 11 for a concert celebrating their new EP, A Little Single. The evening will feature Fun Home Tony nominee Beth Malone.
A Little Single is a collection of personal and poignant new songs performed by the composers themselves. Horne contributes the hilarious number "The Grindr Song" and the title track, a paean to friendship and the great personalities of downtown New York. Brody introduces two compositions of his own, the romantic "Do You Think We Can Dance Now" and "Saying No To Love." They collaborate on the song "Wingman," a new twist on the curious and caring nature of the gay community.
The evening will feature the pair sharing their music both, discussing the stories behind the songs and the differences in their writing processes. Malone will sing songs by each of them, with material tailored to her.