A collection of Broadway songs that describe historical events, from elections to revolutions.
Featuring songs from: Something Rotten!, Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Bloody Andrew Jackson, Les Mis, Assasins, Annie Get Your Gun, Newsies, Fiddler on the Roof, Ragtime, Chicago, Bonnie and Clyde, Allegiance, Hairspray, and Miss Saigon.
Sources for the facts are: Eric Foner, Give Me Liberty: An American History and Wikipedia. Painting in album is “Battle outside the Hôtel de Ville” by Jean Victor Schnetz
John and Abigail Adams were basically the power couple of the 17th century,
While John was in the Revolutionary war, it was estimated that over 1000 letters were sent during their correspondence. They had four children, their daughter Elizabeth, being a stillborn and their son John Quincy Adams went on to become president. Abigail fought endlessly for women’s rights and helped John with his political affairs, earning her the nickname Lady President