Constantine Maroulis Featured on ‘Rockers on Broadway’ Charity Album
American Idol Season 4 contestant Constantine Maroulis is featured on a new charity album called Rockers on Broadway: Live. The live performances are taken from Rockers on Broadway concerts from over 28 years, with proceeds going to The PATH Fund to support arts education.
Constantine Maroulis Featured on Charity Album
“Out of an abundance of caution and to allow the Broadway community the necessary time to focus on performing their shows safely, we have held off on our annual live concert, but rest assured, we are still going to bring you the rock,” Rockers on Broadway’s Donnie Kehr and Cori Gardner in a statement.
The new album features Maroulis performing “No Rain” by Blind Melon. He sang the track during a Rockers on Broadway virtual concert in 2020. The album also includes Alex Brightman and Michael Cerveris performing “Under Pressure” and Micky Dolenz of the Monkees singing “I’m a Believer.”
Maroulis can call himself both a rocker and a Broadway star. He received a Tony Award nomination for his performance in Rock of Ages. He also starred in the musical Jekyll & Hyde, receiving a Drama League Award nomination. The singer has also released three studio albums, including the 2020 project Until I’m Wanted.
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What Has Maroulis Been Up to Lately?
After releasing his third studio album in 2020, Maroulis revealed last summer that he had been clean and sober for over 20 months. He recently updated fans on Instagram, saying he’s gone “some 36 months without alcohol or flower in my life.”
Maroulis has also been performing quite a bit these days, posting announcements for appearances at various venues and events. Later this month, he’ll be performing at an event for the concert series Broadway Sings paying tribute to Queen.
You can check out Maroulis’ website for dates of future performances, or follow him on Instagram for updates about his career.