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LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA PRESENTS THE NEWEST HAMILDROP, “FIRST BURN”

Coming off the heels of a magical theatre mashup, “Found/Tonight,” as March’s Hamildrop, Lin-Manuel Miranda returns to unveil the latest Hamildrop. This month we’re introduced to “First Burn” which is Manuel’s original draft of “Burn” from the Broadway musical Hamilton. “First Burn” is performed actors who have portrayed or are currently portraying the role of “Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton” on the Broadway musical. Performers include Ari Afsar, Julia Harriman, Lexi Lawson, Rachelle Ann Go, and Shoba Narayan.

Take a look at the “First Burn” official video here.

www.hamildrops.com

FIRST BURN

Words and Music by Lin-Manuel Miranda

Published by 5000 Broadway Music (ASCAP) administered by WB Music Corp.

Produced by Mike Elizondo & Alex Lacamoire

Executive Producer:  Lin-Manuel Miranda

Mixed by Adam Hawkins

Mixed at Acacia Sound, Thousand Oaks, CA

Recorded at Can Am (Tarzana, CA), Air-Edel Recording Studios (London England), Atlantic Studios (NYC)

Recorded by Brent Arrowood, Nick Taylor, Dan Fyfe, Ian Kagey

Assistant Engineers:  Alonzo Lazaro, Ebonie Smith, Joseph Pomarico

Editing:  Henry Lunetta, Dan Fyfe

Vocals by Ari Afsar, Julia Harriman, Lexi Lawson, Rachelle Ann Go, and Shoba Narayan

Mike Elizondo:  Drum Programming, Electric Guitar

Alex Lacamoire:  Piano & Keyboards

Trevor Lawrence Jr.:  Drums

A&R:  Riggs Morales

Mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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