PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Steven Brault released an album earlier this month titled “A Pitch at Broadway.”
It includes 12 tracks and features Pirates first baseman Josh Bell on one of them.
Brault started his singing career in community theater in the sixth grade and “really didn’t stop,” he said during an interview with the morning show from The Fan's sister station Newsradio 1020 KDKA on Thursday.
As a student, he was a vocal performance major at Regis University and star pitcher on the baseball team.
Does he have future on Broadway?
“I mean I would love to. I’m trying to, hopefully through this maybe make some connections in which I’m able to find my way there eventually,” Brault explains. “Hopefully I play baseball for a long time and then, you know that stuff can come in later.”
"A Pitch at Broadway" Track List:
- "The Greatest Show" from the Greatest Showman
- "Wait For Me" (feat. Josh Bell) from Hadestown
- "I Believe" from Book Of Mormon
- "You'll Be Back" from Hamilton
- "If I Could Tell Her" from Dear Evan Hansen
- "Seasons Of Love" from Rent
- "Defying Gravity" from Wicked
- "Unchained Melody" from Ghost The Musical
- "Butter Outta Cream" from Catch Me If You Can
- "Music Of The Night" from Phantom of The Opera
- "It Only Takes A Taste" from Waitress
- "You'll Never Walk Alone" from Carousel
Brault's album was released on April 3 and is available for download here.
You can listen to the full conversation with Brault below.
Robert Graner from Newsradio 1020 KDKA contibuted to this story.