Tony Award winner Steve Kazee will be featured on the THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN - Part 2 original soundtrack. The ONCE star sings vocals along with Christine Perri on 'A Thousand Years (Part 2). The highly anticipated 2012 motion picture is the final installment of the enormously popular Twilight franchise. Other artists featured on tracks from the album include Green Day, Feist, Passion Pit, St. Vincent and Ellie Goulding.The Track List follows below:1. Passion Pit – Where I Come From2. Ellie Goulding – Bittersweet3. Green Day – The Forgotten4. Feist – Fire In the Water5. The Boom Circuits – Everything and Nothing6. St. Vincent – The Antidote7. POP ETC – Speak Up8. Iko – Heart of Stone9. A Boy and His Kite – Cover Your Tracks10. James Vincent McMorrow – Ghosts11. Paul McDonald & Nikki Reed – All I’ve Ever Needed12. Reeve Carney – New For You13. Christine Perri – A Thousand Years (Part 2) (Feat. Steve Kazee)14. Carter Burwell – Plus Que Ma Propre Vie
Kazee won the 2012 Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Musical for Once. His other Broadway credits include Monty Python's Spamalot as Sir Lancelot, Starbuck opposite Audra McDonald in the Roundabout's 110 in the Shade, To Be or Not to Be at MTC and Edward Albee's Seascape. He appeared Off-Broadway in As You Like It (NYSF).
The actor's TV and film work includes "Working Class" opposite Melissa Peterman, "100 Questions" (NBC), "CSI" (CBS), "NCIS" (CBS), "Numb3rs" (CBS), "Medium" (NBC), "Conviction" (NBC).
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