Megan Mullally of Nancy and Beth Explains Her New Duo with Stephanie Hunt

The Naked Album Cover:

“We wanted to present ourselves as simply two humans on the planet,” Mullally told People Magazine. “Stephanie and I have such a simpatico in so many ways, but we never realized we were so physically similar till we shot this cover. We didn’t realize we were exactly the same proportions. We just have a real affinity for each other and we like a lot of the same things. We have very similar tastes in music. Beyond that, we have that weird psychic connection that doesn’t come around too often. As a performing duo, it’s fantastic.”

The Live Show:

It’s pretty tongue-in-cheek, we don’t take ourselves too seriously. It’s not a scripted show, it’s a band, so it’s different from one show to the next. It’s wry and celebratory at the same time.”

Nancy and Beth, the self-described punk vaudeville band led by Megan Mullally (Will & Grace, Grease, Young Frankenstein — on Broadway) and Stephanie Hunt (Friday Night Lights, Californication, Glee), will release their debut album on April 7th. Check out the music video for their first single “Please, Mr. Jailer” below (directed by Mullally).

Nancy and Beth Tracklisting:
“Please, Mr. Jailer” (Wynona Carr)
“Fine Brown Frame” (Lou Rawls)
“One Mint Julep” (Rudy Toombs)
“Vibrate” (Rufus Wainwright)
“I Don’t Love Her” (Gucci Mane)
“Cab Driver” (Mills Brothers)
“Jack, You’re Dead” (Louis Jordan)
“100,000 Women Can’t Be Wrong” (Marshall Scott Warner)
“He Stopped Loving Her Today” (Curly Putman, Bobby Braddock)
“Saved” (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)

See Nancy and Beth on tour starting April 8th in Los Angeles. For more information go to visit:

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