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Todd Alsup is on the road these days. His spring tour has focused on
colleges and universities in the northeast. The tour culminates June 4
at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York. The trek precedes the release
of Alsup's self-released, eponymous debut album (toddalsup.com). The 11
well-crafted songs on Todd Alsup, all penned or co-penned by the
artist, are a gorgeous blend of soul and R&B, rock and pop.
Consider Alsup the bastard child of Ben Folds and Robin Thicke as
produced by the Fray -- or, in the case of Todd Alsup, Steve Greenwell,
James Walsh and Jeremy Sklarsky. The lead single, "Let's Have a Party,"
is an exuberant pop jam. "The Way It Goes" is a heartfelt ballad that
spotlights Alsup's late-'70s/early-'80s Billy Joel influences. The
disco-splashed "The Only Thing" recalls the vibrancy of Stevie Wonder's
"I Wish." Album closer "The Good Fight" is feisty and anthemic.