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MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET CAST ALBUM RELEASED

The London cast album of the smash hit musical MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, recorded live at the Noël Coward Theatre, is now available on Rhino UK.


Inspired by the actual event that took place at Sun Records in Memphis in 1956, this electrifying show celebrates four of the greatest legends of popular music – ELVIS PRESLEY, JOHNNY CASH, CARL PERKINS and JERRY LEE LEWIS – and tells the sensational true story of the night they came together to make music, and ended up making history.

Purchase the album and relive brilliant songs from a golden era of music, such as Blue Suede Shoes, I Walk The Line, Hound Dog and Great Balls of Fire, performed live by the incredible cast of actors and musicians who have audiences dancing-in-the-aisles at London’s most rockin’ ‘feel-good crowd-pleaser!’ (The Times).

The album can be purchased at the Noël Coward Theatre or from Amazon, link below:

BUY MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET London Cast Recording



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