Janene Lovullo joyfully returns to her love of Broadway with her second album "Broadway, Intimate". Masterfully teamed with her arranger Christopher Marlowe and vocal director Scott Barnes, Janene steps back into her Broadway roots with timeless show treasures such as "If I Loved You' "Somebody, Somewhere", "Night Song", "Memory" and "Bring Him Home".
"Broadway, Intimate" is for Broadway and cabaret lovers alike. Each newly arranged song showcases the lyric's of these great compositions in new and intimate way.
Janene Lovullo began her her professional musical theater career at 19 when she was cast as Mara in "West Side Story" and performed at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Her first equity show was The New York Shakespeare Festival's "The Pirates of Penzance" at the Los Angeles Music Center. "CATS" (Grisabella) and "Les Miserables" (Cossette and Fantine) as well as the 1st and 2nd National Tours of these companies and Broadway and Los Angeles productions followed.
Janene's first album, "This Moment" was also created with Christopher Marlowe and Scott Barnes. Together they recorded with Academy, Grammy and Emmy Award musical talent, and included masterpieces that cross over classical, art song, music theater and American standards.
Don Grigware from broadwayworld.com writes, "To say that Lovullo is a consummate singer is an understatement. She has an astounding range with a delivery that would make many singers envious. She can be as dynamic as she wants to be, but will also lower her instrument to almost a whisper. For me, this is the mark of an exceptional artist who is first and foremost into telling the story of every tune she sings".