Song Demos

"Could Be"

Music by Phil Hinton, Lyrics by Kimberly Ferse. Demo vocals by Kimberley Hinton.

"Could Be"
From her late-night jail cell, a grown Annie wistfully wonders about the parents she never knew.

"The Cost of Doing Business"

Music by Phil Hinton, Lyrics by Angela D. Mitchell and Kimberly Ferse

"The Cost of Doing Business"
Warbucks coldly shares his point of view on life and relationships.

"Little Boys"

Music by Phil Hinton, Lyrics by Kimberly Ferse

"Little Boys"
Annie laments her life as the manager of an unruly home for orphan boys.

"The Gun'll Come Out Tomorrow"

Music by Phil Hinton, Lyrics by Kimberly Ferse

"The Gun'll Come Out Tomorrow"
Grieving and angry at the unfair twists of her fate while Warbucks thrives, Annie plots her revenge.

 

Featuring

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Kimberley Hinton

(Demo Song Performer)

Kimberley is happy to dust off the cobwebs and come out of forced retirement to be a part of the Angry Annie creative process. No stranger to performing, Kimberley has appeared in numerous productions in North America and South Florida including: the National Tour of Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver! (Mrs. Sowerberry/Old Sally), the original cast of Laffing Matterz, The Taffetas (Peggy), I Love a Piano (Sadie), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Princess Puffer), A Chorus Line (Val), Nunsense II (Sr. Leo) as well as a big, loser contestant on "The Price is Right." She received a Carbonell nomination for her critically acclaimed portrayal of Desiree in A Little Night Music at the Broward Stage Door Theatre.

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Phil Hinton

(Music; Demo Song Production and Accompaniment)

Angry Annie music composer Phil is a British-born pianist, arranger and conductor who has worked in those capacities for the BBC and many leading independent broadcasting production companies. He has also arranged, played on and conducted over 200 albums for artists such as Shirley Bassey, Anthony Newley, Howard Keel, Vince Hill, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Paul McCartney, and more. He was personal music director to British singing star Vince Hill for more than ten years, and has given many classical and jazz piano recitals across the USA as well as on several cruise ships. Phil has music-directed countless theatre shows from coast to coast, and he was also conductor of the Florida Pops Concert orchestra for three years, as well as serving as musical director and pianist on Engelbert Humperdink’s 2013 tour of Australia and New Zealand. He is the resident pianist for the Kravis Pops Orchestra in West Palm Beach under the baton of celebrated singer and entertainer Michael Feinstein, and a regular guest pianist with The Florida Orchestra in Tampa. In addition to all of this, Phil is an adjunct professor of piano in the music faculty at Florida Atlantic University.