Exclusive: The Premiere of Vincent Minor's "Late Night Show" Video
By Noah Michelson
Vicent Minor's story is quite a doozy. Born Michael Mangia, the L.A. native has already founded a gay speed-dating company, LA Lords, went to school with the star of The Neverending Story, studied piano and voice with Beck’s mother, worked as a child actor in the cutthroat world of children’s TV and started a record label called Social Science Recordings, which released his debut eponymous album in September of last year (and here we thought our lives were busy).
A press release for Minor's album describes the 11 songs as "matching Minor’s literary flair with an orchestral opulence worthy of the musicals -- day-tripping piano parts converse with woodwinds and strings... A tuxedo-clad Harry Nilsson respectfully bows to Gilbert & Sullivan," but we suggest you just decide for yourself by watching his new video for "Late Night Show," which Out.com is exclusively premiering here:
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