Amanda Kloots announced on Wednesday that a recording of the one-man show of her late husband Nick Cordero will be released in September to commemorate his birthday.
The mom of one announced the release of the shot on Instagram with the potential cover photo featuring Nick.
“Nick would be very happy to hear this news,” she gushed at the news, announced at the same time by Broadway Records.
Immortalized: Amanda Kloots revealed on Instagram on Wednesday that the late her husband Nick Cordero will be honored with a recording of his one-man show from April 2019
Nick looked neat in a dark suit on the black and white album cover, tilted Live Your Life after the song he wrote and performed, which Amanda played PT every day at 3 p.m. in his battle with COVID’s devastating after effects- 19.
“I’ve never seen my husband work so hard and be so nervous to act. I was so proud of him and absolutely loved seeing him onstage these two nights, ”she wrote.
He created this show from scratch and chose songs to tell a story … his story. There are a number of Broadway songs with nice guest stars, some pop, standards, a bit of Latin and of course the encore is Live Your Life.
She ended the post by mentioning that the album would be released on September 17, which would be Nick’s 42nd birthday.
Druk: ‘I’ve never seen my husband work so hard on anything and be so nervous to perform. I was so proud of him and absolutely loved seeing him onstage these two nights, ‘Amanda wrote
Fully Filled: ‘He created this show from scratch and chose songs to tell a story … his story. There are some Broadway tunes with nice guest stars, some pop, standards, a bit of Latin and of course the encore is Live Your Life ‘
Some of the guest stars of the show, which was shot in April 2019, include his Bullets Over Broadway costar Zach Braff, Kathryn Gallagher of Jagged Little Pill fame, his waitress costar Drew Gehling and Sara Chase, known for his appearance in First Date.
Amanda specially thanked Michael J. Mortiz Jr., who was the director and music director for Nick’s one-man show.
The two originally planned to release an album before the Broadway star contract COVID-19.
He died on July 5 after a 95-day stay at the ICU at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Star-studded: The show’s guest stars include his Bullets Over Broadway costar Zach Braff, Kathryn Gallagher of Jagged Little Pill fame, and waitress’ Drew Gehling
Special mention: Amanda took special thanks to Michael J. Mortiz Jr., who was the director and music director for Nick’s one-man show
Completed Plans: She revealed in her Insta Stories that Nick and Michael planned to release a recording before contracting COVID-19
Amanda also took to her Instagram stories to record a close-up video announcing the upcoming release.
She revealed that Nick’s collaborator Michael had written her a letter asking if Nick would agree to release a one-man show recording, which she quickly agreed to.
She added that “Nick always wanted to do a one-man show,” but he didn’t realize how much work had gone into writing and planning.
“I’ve never seen Nick so nervous about doing anything,” Amanda added, before announcing the album’s release again, noting that the presale was already open.
Too cute: earlier on Wednesday, Amanda shared an adorable photo of a smiling Nick lying with their one-year-old son Elvis
Earlier on Wednesday, Amanda shared an adorable photo of a smiling Nick lying with their one-year-old son Elvis.
“My men in fantasy land a year ago,” she wrote. Hug your loved ones tightly and be thankful for every day. Time is precious. “
For the past few days, Amanda has publicly shared her grief on Instagram as she tried to remain positive.
“I’m devastated,” said Amanda People magazine three days after his death.
“As a husband, I don’t think a day went by when he didn’t say to me,” I’m the most fortunate. “Words cannot describe how much I will miss him, his presence, his voice. ‘
She continued, “My husband was a very special man. He was everyone’s friend. We taught each other things, challenged each other to grow. We loved singing and dancing wherever we were. ‘
Looking on the bright side: Amanda shared her daily activities on Instagram to keep her spirits up, while still making her struggle with grief public