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Cast of ‘Rise’ Cover Fun.’s “Carry On”

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  1. Melody Bot

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    This article has been imported from chorus.fm for discussion. All of the forum rules still apply.

    The cast of NBC’s Rise has covered Fun.’s “Carry On.”

    Today, Atlantic Records has unveiled another brand new cast recording of one of the songs that will be featured in next week’s episode of “Rise,” NBC’s new drama series from the producers of “Hamilton,” “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood.” An exclusive rendition of “Carry On” by the “Rise” cast, featuring Shannon Purser – originally performed by indie pop band fun. – is now available at all DSPs and streaming services.
    The release of “Carry On” continues Atlantic Records’ prolific slate of weekly musical releases tied to the show.Each Friday, Atlantic Records will release original cast recordings of the tracks featured in the following Tuesday’s episode of “Rise,” culminating with a full album, entitled “RISE SEASON 1: THE ALBUM,” due Friday, May 11.The collection will highlight selected tracks released over the course of the season, alongside additional unreleased songs from the cast.

    This past week’s episode of “Rise” featured “Left Behind” – originally featured in the Tony Award-winning musical, “Spring Awakening” – by the “Rise” cast, featuring Ted Sutherland. Previously released tracks include an uplifting rendition of Macklemore’s hit song “Glorious,” performed by the “Rise” cast, featuring Auli’i Cravalho and Damon J. Gillespie. The “Glorious” companion visual – featuring Cravalho, Gillespie and the cast – is currently available to watch HERE and listen to HERE.

    The RISE musical releases are produced by five-time GRAMMY nominee and Atlantic Records President, West Coast Kevin Weaver (THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, FURIOUS 7, SUICIDE SQUAD, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS) and Atlantic Records President, A&R Pete Ganbarg (HAMILTON ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING, DEAR EVAN HANSEN ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING, TWENTY ONE PILOTS), alongside Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winner Tom Kitt (Next To Normal, If/Then), and RISE music producer Scott Riesett; Executive Album Producers are Jason Katims and Jeffrey Seller. GRAMMY nominee Liza Richardson is the series’ Music Supervisor (The Leftovers, Narcos, Friday Night Lights).

     
  2. copey

    Newbie

    that is one confusing headline.
     
  3. theredline

    Regular Supporter

    Anyone know if fun. is gonna do anything anytime soon? New music from then would be cool!
     
  4. theredline

    Regular Supporter

    What’s so confusing?
     
  5. Jonathan

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Verified

    Watched maybe 20 minutes of this show's pilot, just couldn't get into it. Anyone else feel differently?
     
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  6. TerrancePryor

    twitter.com/terrancepryor Prestigious

    Basically a Glee rip off. Ratings aren't doing that well.
     
  7. BelieF

    Regular

    Wouldn’t call it a glee rip off just because it’s within the same coming of age musical genre. More accurate is saying they didn’t pull it off as well. The real problem is with them not letting the cast organically reach moments. Certain areas are forced for the guy from himym to be the center piece. IMO
     
  8. chcougar1

    Trusted

    I also disliked how they originally marketed it to be somewhat similar to Friday night lights and then later showed it is nothing like it!
     
  9. smowashere

    Trusted

    Pretty sure Bleachers is doing just fine (and taking up most of Jack’s interest), and I believe Nate is working on Broadway/musical stuff. I think it’ll be a while (if ever) before fun. get back to activity.
     
  10. DearCory

    Regular

    ...this sounds like a 13 year old's slumber party where they busted out their karaoke machine. The "ohs" at the end are atrocious