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Artist Q&A: Cheyenne Jackson

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Whether you know him from appearances on “30 Rock,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and as Vocal Adrenaline’s coach on “Glee,” or from Broadway credits that include Finian’s Rainbow, All Shook Up and Xanadu, or even from the big screen in films like “United 93,” Cheyenne Jackson is a familiar face with an outstanding voice.

The 39 year-old has recently released an album “I’m Blue, Skies” and we’re excited to have him here for two intimate cabaret performances Nov. 13-14. But before he does, we caught up with him on the road for the latest Artist Q&A.

1. Tell us a little about yourself.cheyenne_posterart

I was 9 lbs when I was born, I have blue eyes, pop culture junkie, and I can not cook.

2. When did you first know you wanted to be a performer?

7 years old.  Heard the Annie cast album.  Decided then and there to become the first boy to ever play Annie.

3. Movies, TV, Broadway and music, you’ve done it all. Which medium is your favorite and why?

I love them all equally.  They all have their challenges, but there is no way I could choose.

4. What has been your favorite project to work on so far in your career?

Again, no way to choose.  Too many favorites.

5. Finish this sentence: I can’t travel without my….

MacBook, big headphones, and tons of water.

6. What can people expect when they see your show Nov. 13 or 14?

Me opening my heart up to the audience and sharing myself through my art and my experiences. Oh, and I’m gonna sing really purdy. 😉

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Thanks, Cheyenne! We look forward to having you at the Fox Cities P.A.C. later this month!

 

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