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Nick Cordero posthumous album’Live Your Life’ will be released on his birthday, Amanda Kloots says


Released 9: 20 p.m. ET July 22, 2020


Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero spent fighting the virus.


Nick Cordero, a Broadway star who died this month following a three-month hospitalization from coronavirus complications, will have a posthumous record of his work released later this season.

Cordero’s spouse, celebrity fitness trainer Amanda Kloots, shared the news Wednesday on her Instagram. Based on Kloots, the album will contain songs from Cordero’s one-man show, which he played in April 2019 at Feinstein’s/54 Beneath, a renowned restaurant and cabaret in New York City.

Kloots composed that her late husband”will be absolutely thrilled to hear this news.”

“I’ve never seen my husband work really hard on something and be so nervous to do,” she continued.  “I was proud of him absolutely loved watching him these two nights. He created this series from scratch, picking songs to tell a story… his story.”

The record is called”Live Your Own Life,” a nod to Cordero’s rock song of the identical title, which became an anthem for Kloots along with his fans who blasted the song whilst cheering for the celebrity’s recovery. It comes out on Sept. 17, what could happen to be Cordero’s 42nd birthday.

“There’s some Broadway songs with fun guest stars, a few pop, criteria, a little Latin and of course the encore is Live Your Life,” Kloots added.

Guest performers on the record include Kathryn Gallagher, Drew Gehling, Sara Chase and Zach Braff. Proceeds will go to gain Kloots Elvis, and their 1-year-old son.

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Cordero expired July 5 following a 95-day hospital stay using a series of complications from the coronavirus, including a leg amputation, infections in his lungs and the insertion of a temporary pacemaker.  Kloots kept her followers at every turn.

Since Cordero’s passing, Kloots has published on Instagram that she is doing a”#ak10daysofhappy” challenge, with the goal of doing one thing a day which makes her happy. On Wednesday, she posted to her Instagram narrative videos of herself baking a chocolate cake as part of the challenge, and on July 17 she composed she went swimming in a kiddie pool with her son and niece.

On July 16, Kloots composed on Instagram she discovered that the Geico gecko emblem on the rear of this Individuals magazine issue featuring Cordero on the pay. Kloots said Cordero had put this logo and that she saw this as a hint.

“The religious significance of a gecko, in case you’re wondering, it represents incredible healing and cleansing due to its own regenerative powers,” she wrote. “The overall look of a gecko in your life means you are strong, fearless and can conquer anything!

She continued:”I believe that this was a sign from Nick! It was his way of saying,’Hi honey. I am here! I am with you'”

Broadway celebrity Nick Cordero dies at 41 after coronavirus battle emphasized by wife Amanda Kloots

Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff, USA TODAY; Associated Press


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