Jason Danieley, dubbed "The most exquisite tenor on Broadway" by the New York Times, notes that "the blend of 'Eclectic Americana' on his new album is reminiscent of Sunday Suppers with his extended family, where his appreciation for blues, country, folk, Broadway, and standard repertoire began."
Danieley and pianist/composer/arranger Dan Lipton have created fresh arrangements of familiar American songs. The Frontier Heroes "wrap their guitars, fiddles, and voices around" the numbers. The band comprises Dan Lipton, Christian Hebel, Mark Vanderpoel, Michael Aarons, Damien Bassman and Theresa McCarthy.
The track listing includes "Sold (The Grundy County Auction)," "Be My Love," "As Long As She Needs Me," "Something to Save," "All of Me," "Honey," "One Man Guy," "What Kind of Fool Am I?," "No One to Love," "I Believe," "This Moment," "Ain't That a Kick in the Head" and "Spread a Little Love Around."
Danieley's theatre credits include The Full Monty, Floyd Collins, South Pacific at Carnegie Hall, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn for Encores!, and Harold Prince's Broadway revival of Candide, for which he earned a Drama Desk nomination in 1997.
Danieley and his wife, Broadway leading lady Marin Mazzie, can be heard on the PS Classics recording of their acclaimed album of duets, "Opposite You," which originally debuted as part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series. Danieley can also be heard on the recordings of Dream True, "The Stephen Schwartz Album," "Jule Styne in Hollywood," and two recordings with the prestigious Boston Pops, "A Splash of Pops" and "My Favorite Things."