The Feinstein's/54 Below Podcast

Jan 13 2021 32 mins 6

The Feinstein’s/54 Below Podcast will take you behind the scenes at the world-famous Broadway supper club. Known as “Broadway’s Living Room,” the club is a destination for acclaimed stars of the stage and music world and their fans. We invite you to join us as we sit down and chat with the performers who grace our stage – they will inspire us with stories about their journey to Broadway, share news about their upcoming shows and projects---and make us laugh with some backstage stories that you may not have heard before! Hosted by Feinstein’s/54 Below Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, and produced by Grace Benigni, with interviews by the Feinstein’s/54 Below staff. Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.





Episode 16: PHIL GEOFFREY BOND & LUCIA SPINA from "Sondheim Unplugged"
Jan 13 2021 47 mins  
An episode for Sondheim fans! This week, we turn our focus to Sondheim Unplugged, one of the most popular and long-running series presented at Feinstein’s/54 Below. A celebrated New York event since 2010 (It’s a Hit!), the show features some of Broadway and cabaret’s most dynamic voices, accompanied by piano only, delving into the musical world of Broadway’s master composer. In December 2020, Sondheim Unplugged was recorded and streamed as part of 54 Below Premieres, the club’s new streaming series. God, That's Good! We are joined by creator and host Phil Geoffrey Bond and performer Lucia Spina. Phil Geoffrey Bond created Sondheim Unplugged, the long-running, award-winning monthly series, in 2010 and has served as its producer and host ever since. His novel, The Last Year at Low Tide, is currently available on Amazon from Chess Books as are his other titles — My Queer Youth, Small Town Confessions, The Fall of Mrs. Parsons, The Disney Diaries, and All the Sad Young Men. Phil has served as Director of Programming for The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, The Laurie Beechman Theatre as well as Feinstein’s/54 Below, where he later became Director of Original Programming. He is the recipient of seven Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets (MAC) Awards, two Backstage Bistro Awards, a Broadway World Award, and a Nightlife Award. Lucia Spina made her Broadway debut with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Rona Lisa Peretti) in 2006. Her Broadway credits include Kinky Boots (original cast), South Pacific, Legally Blonde (Enid), and Les Miserables. Off-Broadway, she originated roles in Silence! The Musical (Catherine/Senator Martin) and Fugitive Songs. She toured the country with Legally Blonde, and her regional work includes credits at Goodspeed Opera House, Long Wharf Theater, Baltimore Center Stage, Barrington Stage, Milwaukee Rep, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and The Hangar Theater, as well as Sunday in the Park With George (Nurse/Mrs./Harriett) and Anyone Can Whistle (Osgood) at the Ravinia Festival (Lonny Price, director; Paul Gemignani, musical director). She has sung with the acclaimed American Pops Orchestra and has graced cabaret stages all over New York City garnering her Best Female Vocalist for BroadwayWorld’s 2015 Cabaret Awards. www.luciaspina.com Sondheim Unplugged premiered online Saturday, December 26, 2020, and is available on-demand through January 23, 2021. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at www.54below.com/Sondheim. View clips from the show: Natalie Douglas sings “Losing My Mind” https://youtu.be/j9FLx8Z4Qfg Telly Leung sings “Being Alive” https://youtu.be/viXRnxui0Uc All music clips in this episode are from Sondheim Unplugged at Feinstein’s/54 Below, filmed on December 5, 2020: “Being Alive” from Company, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, featuring Joe Goodrich on piano “The Ladies Who Lunch” from Company, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Lucia Spina “Marry Me a Little” cut from Company, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Nicholas Rodriguez “Move On” from Sunday in the Park with George, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Lucia Spina & Nicholas Rodriguez “Something’s Coming” from West Side Story, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Darius de Haas “Losing My Mind” from Follies, music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Natalie Douglas “Being Alive” from Company, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Telly Leung “Anyone Can Whistle” from Anyone Can Whistle, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, performed by T. Oliver Reid Instrumental from “Beautiful Girls” from Follies, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, featuring Joe Goodrich on piano Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Original artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices





Episode 14: MARILU HENNER
Mar 03 2020 40 mins  
Marilu Henner is a star of television, film, and the Great White Way. On Broadway, she has appeared in Over Here!, Pal Joey, Social Security, Chicago, and most recently, Gettin’ the Band Back Together. She was also part of the National Tour casts of Grease and Annie Get Your Gun. She began her film career in 1977 with “Between the Lines,” and has since appeared in "Cannonball Run II," "Johnny Dangerously," "L.A. Story," and "Noises Off” among many others. She has also appeared in TV shows such as “Evening Shade,” “Batman: The Animated Series,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Most notably she starred in the classic 80’s tv series “Taxi.” Marilu sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to talk about her multi-platform career, taking on strong female roles, and her superior memory skills. *Since this recording, Marilu has added a performance on Jun 1 at 7:00pm. For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/marilu-henner/ Watch Marilu sing “Roxy” from Chicago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wE3bLUtZrc Watch Marilu perform on “Dancing With The Stars:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYI17r1we3c Watch Marilu discuss her Hyperthymesia on “60 Minutes Australia:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpTCZ-hO6iI Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices




Episode 12: MATT DAHAN & KELLY LYNNE D'ANGELO
Feb 28 2020 36 mins  
Joining us today are Matt Dahan & Kelly Lynne D’Angelo, writers of the emotional and explosive pop-rock musical Starry, about brothers Vincent and Theo van Gogh. Matt and Kelly have written two full-length musicals together including The Count of Monte Cristo and Starry. Matt is also the Music Director for Starkid, the internet sensation behind A Very Potter Musical that helped launched Darren Criss to fame. Kelly is also a professional Dungeon Master at Wizards of the Coast and freelance television writer. Following a sold-out engagement with us in 2019 and coming off their Edinburgh Fringe Festival concert series, Matt and Kelly return to the Feinstein’s/54 Below stage with a song-cycle presentation of Starry. Matt & Kelly sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to discuss what draws them to stories from the 19th century, the importance of Theo van Gogh to his brother’s story, and how they found Starry’s sound. See the cast of Starry sing “On The Threshold of Eternity:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUT7r-0xHc4 See the cast of Starry sing “The Road:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_aR5kYvlPg See Mariah Rose Faith sing “Enlightenment:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JatNSMT8n4M Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 11: ALICE RIPLEY
Feb 27 2020 28 mins  
Today’s guests are longtime friend of the club Alice Ripley and her frequent collaborator Christopher Schelling. Alice, who has been hailed by The New York Times as “simply astonishing,” is a consummate Broadway star, a versatile film and TV actor, and a distinguished singer-songwriter. She earned her first Tony Award nomination in 1997 with her brilliant work in the legendary Side Show, before winning the 2009 Tony Award for “Best Actress in a Musical '' for her performance as Diana Goodman in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Next to Normal. She has also originated roles in such Broadway productions as The Who’s Tommy, Sunset Boulevard, and, most recently, American Psycho. Alice is joined today by her collaborator of nearly 40 years, Christopher Schelling, who is also a founding member of Ripley, the band formed by Alice in 2001. Christopher has served as musical director and manager for a number of other pop rock/cabaret performers. Additionally, his literary agency represents such bestselling authors as Augusten Burroughs, Rainbow Rowell and Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go's. Alice and Christopher sat down with our Marketing Associate, Adrian Karnani, to discuss memories from these iconic original casts, revisiting Sunset Boulevard, and creating original music for the last decade. For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/alice-ripley-crossovers/ See Alice sing “As If We Never Said Goodbye:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7nUF5yeU3A See Alice sing “I’m Alive:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJEX5t0l1Hs See Alice sing “I Dreamed A Dream:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWHpILm5PCI Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices





Episode 9: JELANI REMY & AMANDA JANE COOPER
Feb 24 2020 27 mins  
For this special live taping of the Feinstein’s/54 Below Podcast at BroadwayCon 2020, we were joined by Broadway favorites Jelani Remy and Amanda Jane Cooper. Jelani Remy is currently starring as Eddie Kendricks in Ain't Too Proud! The Life and Times of The Temptations. He was last seen in the recent off Broadway revival of Smokey Joe’s Cafe after playing Simba in Disney's The Lion King! Amanda Jane Cooper is known to national audiences for having played Glinda on the tour of Wicked and in 2017 she made her Broadway debut as where she starred as the show’s 15th Anniversary Glinda and also opened NBC's A Very Wicked Halloween with "One Short Day" and closed the special with "For Good" alongside Kristin Chenoweth. She took her final bow at the Gershwin on December 9th, 2018 and is now one of Wicked's longest running Glinda's. These stars joined our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to talk touring, leading blockbuster musicals, and working with Broadway legends. For tickets and information about I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been: https://54below.com/events/i-wish-4/ Follow Jelani Remy on Instagram at @itsjelaniremy. Follow Amanda Jane Cooper on Instagram at @amandajanecoop and on Twitter at @amandajanecoop. Watch Jelani Remy perform “Somewhere That’s Green” in I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcQ7glU_uHQ Watch Amanda Jane Cooper perform “Notice Me Horton” in I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDcvZO94sFE Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices




Episode 7: ANTHONY NUNZIATA
Feb 05 2020 29 mins  
This week we are joined by internationally-acclaimed singer, songwriter and recording artist Anthony Nunziata. Anthony has performed hundreds of concerts over the past few years headlining major performing arts centers, theaters, symphony concert halls and private events across the country and around the world. He recently appeared in the Netflix film "The Last Laugh" opposite Chevy Chase and Richard Dreyfuss. This Brooklyn-born, classically trained singer is hailed by Broadwayworld as “an explosion of love and entertainment” and recently co-headlined Carnegie Hall for two sold-out concerts with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra. ​ ​This February, he brings his soulful and lyrical tenor voice to Feinstein’s/54 Below for a show called Amore: The greatest love songs. He and his world-class band will re-imagine classics such as “Unchained Melody,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love With You,” “The Prayer,” “O Sole Mio,” “Somewhere,” and many more. Anthony sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to discuss putting his spin on classic love songs with his twin brother, writing original compositions, and previews his special Valentine’s Day show. For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/anthony-nunziata-2/ See Anthony sing “O Sole Mio:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4H2xuBrIaM&feature=youtu.be See Anthony sing “Will You Be My Everyday?:” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sunNCom1EZA&feature=youtu.be Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Music Credits “Will You Be My Everyday?” Music & Lyrics by Anthony Nunziata, Jeff Franzel, Tom Kimmel Piano: Eugene Gwozdz Saxophone: Daniel Dickinson Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 6: CHRISTINE ANDREAS
Jan 28 2020 32 mins  
This week we are joined by two-time Tony Award® nominee Christine Andreas. Our guest today is Christine Andreas, a multiple-award-winning singer, actress, and two-time Tony nominee. She most recently appeared on Broadway as Jacqueline in the recent revival of La Cage aux Folles with Kelsey Grammer, and also created the role of Marguerite in The Scarlet Pimpernel. She captured theatergoers’ hearts as Eliza Doolittle in the 20th anniversary production of My Fair Lady, as Laurey in Oklahoma! as well as her performance in On Your Toes (Tony® Nomination). Audiences across the country remember her portrayal of Margaret Johnson in the much-acclaimed national tour of The Light in the Piazza. Her concerts include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Café Carlyle & Feinstein’s/54 Below. Christine’s most recent show, PIAF-No Regrets, was recorded in London with a 36-piece orchestra and is now available both on CD and in a limited edition collectors vinyl release. Christine sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to discuss how Broadway has changed with modern sound systems, the process of originating a role, and how life imitated art during her time in The Light In The Piazza. For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/christine-andreas-3/ See Christine rehearsing for her Bemused show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_Bg1ftap5Y Listen to Christine sing “Fly Me To The Moon”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI0FPxCHtEc&list=OLAK5uy_lnTB-MAz4W_S3kIOKaC7KyWTPLfjZxn30 Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 5: HELEN PARK
Jan 24 2020 28 mins  
This week we are joined by our final composer from the New Writers at 54! Series, Helen Park. Helen's recent work includes KPOP, her Off-Broadway musical debut for which she co-wrote music and lyrics. Produced by Ars Nova, Ma-Yi Theatre Company and Woodshed Collective, the critically acclaimed show received a sold-out, extended run in NYC and was awarded the 2018 Richard Rodgers Award and the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical. Helen also composed music for Baked Goods for which she won the 2018 Samuel French Short Playwriting Contest. She is currently writing songs for a new Animated Feature musical film called Over the Moon, directed by Academy Award winner Glen Keane and produced by Pearl Studios and Netflix. The film is slated for a 2020 global release. She is the first Asian composer or lyricist to win a Lucille Lortel Award and is a three-time Drama Desk Award Nominee. Helen sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera, to discuss the evolution of KPOP, her new endeavors composing for film, and her special guests for Jan 29! For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/new-writers-at-54-helen-park/ Follow Helen on Instagram at @mshelenpark and on Twitter at @HelenHjPark Watch the trailer for KPOP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WMQ1o5unhU Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices



Episode 4: ANDREW R. BUTLER & MARK SONNENBLICK
Jan 15 2020 31 mins  
This week we are joined by two more of the artists from our New Writers at 54! Series, Andrew R. Butler and Mark Sonnenblick. Andrew R. Butler is a Jonathon Larson Grant winning-composer, writer and performer. His composition credits include the Lucille Lortel Award winner for Outstanding Musical Rags Parkland Sings The Songs Of The Future, and four musicals co-written with playwright Andrew Farmer. As an actor, he has performed in productions from theaters such as Ars Nova, SoHo Rep, and Theater For A New Audience. He also writes and performs with the longstanding musical comedy group Political Subversities. Mark Sonnenblick is a composer, lyricist and scriptwriter whose credits include Midnight at The Never Get, which was nominated for a bunch of off-Broadway awards last season, as well as Independents, Ship Show, Stompcat in Lawndale, and Dragons Love Tacos with TheatreworksUSA. He has also been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and received a Jonathan Larson Grant and the Harold Adamson Lyric Award. Andrew and Mark sat down with our Marketing Associate Adrian Karnani to discuss their path into musical theatre, the evolution of new works, and their upcoming solo shows. For tickets and information visit: Andrew R. Butler: https://54below.com/events/the-songs-of-andrew-r-butler/ Mark Sonnenblick: https://54below.com/events/new-writers-at-54-mark-sonnenblick/ Connect with Andrew on Twitter at @ANDREWrBUTLER and on Instagram at @andrewrbutler Keep up with Mark at http://www.marksonnenblick.com/ See Andrew R. Butler sing “100 Years of Subterranean Blues : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpzcoBVdkyQ See Mark Sonnenblick’s sing “Moving”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdFYqQ0hb3w Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 3: RONA SIDDIQUI & BILLY RECCE
Jan 08 2020 33 mins  
Two composers from our New Writers at 54! series join us for this week’s episode. Rona Siddiqui is the award-winning composer and lyricist behind the autobiographical comedy Salaam Medina: Tales of a Halfghan, which completed a workshop at Playwrights Horizons in November 2019. She has also created standalone pieces for The NYC Gay Men’s Chorus, Broadway Inspirational Voices, and Wicked’s 16th Anniversary Commemoration and music directed the Michael R Jackson’s A Strange Loop. Billy Recce is a MAC award-winner, and a recipient of the York Theatre Company’s NEO Award. He is a writer, composer, performer, and is the youngest writer ever selected for the New York Musical Festival for his show, Balloon Boy: The Musical. He released his debut album “The Perks of Being A Snowflake” in 2018 and his show A Musical About Star Wars is currently running off-Broadway at the St. Luke’s Theatre. Rona and Billy sat down with our Marketing Associate Dylan MacDowell to discuss the new series, their individual journey as writers, and what sparks inspiration. For tickets and information visit: Rona Siddiqui: https://54below.com/events/new-writers-at-54-rona-siddiqui/ Billy Recce: https://54below.com/events/snowflake-songs-the-music-of-billy-recce/ Connect with Rona on Twitter at @RonaSiddiqui Connect with Rona on Instagram at @CrazyFingers10 Connect with Billy on Twitter at @BillyRecce Connect with Billy on Instagram at @TheBillyRecce See Billy Recce sing “Unironic Love Song”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVtTpnfrh6M See Rona Riddiqui's song “Change the World”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JaRPU-FXeY Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 2: SETH SIKES
Dec 25 2019 38 mins  
Acclaimed performer Seth Sikes joins us for the second episode of the Feinstein’s/54 Below Podcast. A cabaret singer whose award-winning show Seth Sikes Sings Judy Garland has been performed across the country, Seth has been called “the best male singer of his generation on the cabaret scene” by Theatre Scene and “one of the saviors of the Great American Songbook as we continue into the 21st century” by NY Arts Review. In addition to his Garland tribute shows, his repertoire also includes homages to other great ladies of song and theater, such as Liza Minelli, Bernadette Peters, and others. Off-stage, Seth is a director whose credits include assistant director on shows such as Tribes and The Nance. Most recently, he served as the associate director for the Tony winning musical The Band’s Visit directed by his long time collaborator David Cromer. This New Year’s Eve, Seth and his seven-piece band will usher in a new decade with a roaring 20s show at Feinstein’s/54 Below! Seth sat down with our Director of Marketing, Nella Vera to chat about his upcoming show, his obsession with Judy Garland, and about his journey from Paris, Texas to NYC. For tickets and information visit: https://54below.com/events/seth-sikes-new-years-eve/ Connect with Seth on Twitter and Instagram: @sethsikes See Seth sing “Get Happy”: https://youtu.be/CY7jgP-MHfI See Seth sing “Zing Went the Strings of My Heart”: https://youtu.be/BRcrFMvbk1c Credits This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Episode 1: NORM LEWIS
Dec 20 2019 29 mins  
A Tony and Grammy Award nominee, Broadway leading man Norm Lewis joins us for the inaugural episode of The Feinstein’s/54 Below Podcast. Norm talks to the club’s Marketing Director, Nella Vera, about his holiday show, dream roles and upcoming projects. Throughout his distinguished career, Norm has taken on some of the most iconic roles in theater. He is known for playing Javert in the 25th Anniversary Concert of Les Misérables, as well as for his leading roles in The Little Mermaid, Sweeney Todd, and the 2018 Tony Award-winning revival of Once on This Island. He received a Tony Award® nomination for his portrayal of Porgy in The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess opposite Audra McDonald. In 2014, he made history as the first African American to play the title role in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, performing alongside his The Little Mermaid co-star Sierra Boggess. Norm has also been seen in TV shows such as “Scandal,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” and “Blue Bloods.” In 2018, he appeared in the NBC television event “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert.” Since 2015, Norm’s annual appearances at Feinstein’s/54 Below have become a holiday tradition. This year, Norm brings us his show Naughty & Nice, featuring songs he’s performed over the last five years and, plenty of show tunes, and favorites from the 2018 release of The NORM LEWIS Christmas Album. View Norm singing at Feinstein’s/54 Below: https://youtu.be/j0UbFUtrjLU View Norm and Sierra Boggess in The Phantom of the Opera: https://youtu.be/lCAdkACAH78 Follow Norm Lewis on Twitter: @normlewis777 and on Instagram: @thenormlewis Credits: This podcast is hosted by Nella Vera and Adrian Karnani and produced by Grace Benigni, with support from the Feinstein’s/54 Below marketing staff. Artwork by Philip Romano. Follow Nella on Twitter at @spinstripes and Adrian on Instagram at @adriankarnani. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices




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