“being onstage is just a feeling that you cannot duplicate anywhere else because the energy that the audience is giving you forces you to give more energy. it’s such an output and exchange of energy. you can’t do that anywhere else.“
It was nary a week ago when an artist out of Toronto named Allan Rayman fully intoxicated me with his riveting blend of soul, acoustic, blues, and hip hop on a teaser tune named Interlude. Allan’s exquisite, affecting vocals reminded me straight away of several other amazing artists, like Alex Clare and John Newman. I’ve been waiting for his next song since. Today, he’s revealed a new video and track named Graceland. Quite simply, both song and video are stunning. Graceland is drenched in such palpable hues of melancholic emotion. This proves it then. Allan Rayman is one to watch in 2015.
Aaron Tveit receiving the tveitfanbook that was full of amazing submissions from people who submitted things like graphics, fan arts, fan mixes, fan letters etc. There was 94 submissions was is an incredible amount! You can see how thick the book is and that is all on the wonderful people who had submitted.
In that gift bag, I gave him a box of thornton’s chocolates, a lush gift set, shower gel from lush and mustache wax and beard wash because I know how proud he was of growing all that facial hair. I also seen on a recent interview with broadway.com that he was having trouble with netflix so I gave him some instructions on how to get the US netflix (and any country netflix) for his Ipad/tablet/laptop which he loved.
He had that much stuff from me, he had to put it back in his dressing room while he signed everything which I thought was adroable. So enjoy the video and thank you to everyone who submitted to the tveitfanbook !
Featuring the “voiceover talents” of Courtney B. Vance, Scottie Thompson, Manny Montana, Daniel Sunjata, and Aaron Tveit… “All of a Sudden” is the song featured in the surfing scene from the Graceland Pilot. A portion of the last clip is left awkwardly slowed as we intend to update it with the longer movie scene when available, but in the meantime here is what happens when you go overboard in your desire to hear Aaron voice a bunny cop who’s a dead ringer for fresh-out-of-the-academy Mike Warren…