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What's Inside: Songs from Waitress is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles, released on November 6, 2015, through Epic Records. The lead single from the album, "She Used to Be Mine", was released digitally on September 25, 2015. It features songs from the musical Waitress, for which Bareilles wrote the music and lyrics. In June 2013, it was reported that Bareilles was to score Waitress, a musical adaptation of the 2007 film of the same name.
Waitress is a 2007 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Adrienne Shelly, whose supporting role serves as her final film appearance before her death. The film debuted at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and went into limited theatrical release in the US on May 2, 2007.
Sara Bareilles will combine two high-profile musical projects with the release of What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress, her fourth studio album due out Nov. 6 on Epic Records. The follow-up to 2013’s The Blessed Unrest will include songs from Waitress, the new musical for which Bareilles wrote music and lyrics. The "Love Song" singer-songwriter, who worked with producer Neal Avron on the new set, will issue the studio version of lead single She Used To Be Mine this Friday (Sept. 25). Waitress is currently running through Sept. 27 at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass, and will head to Broadway in April 2016.
Waitress features an original score with music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles. She recorded her fifth studio album, What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress featuring songs from the musical, which was released on November 6, 2015. When discussing the album with The Hollywood Reporter, she said it was impossible for to imagine handing over the songs to the show before selfishly finding a way to sing them. The show also made history for being the first ever Broadway show to have an all-female creative team. Waitress (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Q&A.
Shepherd's formal studies spanned continents from conservatories in Alberta, British Columbia in Canada to France, but she completed a piano degree in music from McGill University in Montreal. Though her initial intention was to pursue a career in music therapy, Shepherd returned to Toronto upon graduation in 2004, working as a waitress in a piano bar before the owner gave her a chance to put aside a drink tray for stage performance. Since then she has played many of Toronto's popular haunts, including the Rex Hotel, the Montreal Bistro, the Supermarket, and the Distillery District. Shepherd received a nomination for a 2006 Juno Award for her first album Start to Move on Do Right records, produced by John Kong, and it was voted the third best vocal jazz album of the year by Peterson.
Waitress star Sara Bareilles tells PEOPLE about the songs that shaped her life. She had a chance to write her very own theater cast album with Waitress - the hit 2016 musical she composed about a waitress in a small town who enters a pie contest in hopes of using the prize money to escape her unhappy marriage. And now, Bareilles has taken her love for the form to the next level, stepping into the show’s lead role of pregnant pie-maker Jenna Hunterson for a limited 10-week run at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Sara Bareilles in Waitress. Song That Always Makes Her Cry: Anais Mitchell, Shepherd. You try to get through that song and not cry. It’s the most tragic, beautiful song.