“Aaron Tveit Charts His Musical Path To Stardom”

May 21, 2013 • Category: General News, Graceland, In Concert 1

ETonline has just posted a new interview featuring Aaron Tveit talking about his 54 Below experience and his upcoming USA Network series, “Graceland.” We get a little more insight into his song selection process – he admits having “probably… 30 to 40 songs” on his set list at one point – and his show-stopping cover of Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Check out an excerpt below before heading to the source for the whole interview.

ETonline: “Graceland” is arguably your most high profile gig to date. How conscious are you of the fact that fans are going to want to start seeing those heretofore unseen sides of you?
Tveit:
I am aware, but it’s really no different from my standpoint. I’ve been a little more self-protective in public over the last few months because, on the heels of Les Mis, I’ve been getting recognized more in public. But New York City is still a very anonymous city. People just go about their business. I feel like I’ve been dealing with that building over the years because of the Broadway community, so I’m treating it in the same way — I’ve always tried to keep my personal life private. I didn’t get into this business for notoriety or fame. I don’t go to places to be seen and that’s not going to change. Yes, this show will have a broader scope, but I don’t think it’s going to change that much. You just have to be aware of it, and if you want to keep certain things private, there are choices you can make to do that.

SOURCE: ETONLINE

One Response to ““Aaron Tveit Charts His Musical Path To Stardom””

  1. Tried to reply to your blog about Aaron’s concerts, but couldn’t get it send somehow, so here it is:

    Wonderful review Kristina, I envy you for having been able to see Aaron perform live.
    Can’t wait for the CD, and the magic of hearing Aaron sing these songs. Especially If I loved You ‘from ‘Carousel’, a musical which means a lot to me, I saw it in London, 6 months after my husband had died.
    Keep up the good work and great that you are now ‘official’!

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