Lakeside Legacy Foundation artist releases debut album

Submitted by Cori Cooper
Updated 3/24/2014 8:49 AM
  • The Listening Room is an intimate concert venue and also a place for aspiring artists to record their songs locally.

    The Listening Room is an intimate concert venue and also a place for aspiring artists to record their songs locally. Courtesy of Patty Bell of the Lakeside Legacy Foundation

Lakeside Legacy Foundation's longtime resident art partner and musician Lori Gray Muligano of Music 4 Living has released her debut album titled "No More Waiting For Me."

Muligano's CD has had a great start, as it has jumped off the ReverbNation charts. The ReverbNation A&R team, which connects promising artists to recording label executives, TV producers, movie producers and more, has told Muligano that one of her songs has caught their attention and is being considered for commercial application.

Four of the songs were recorded in the Listening Room by the co-producer of the album, Roger Adler, who is also a longtime resident partner musician of the Lakeside Legacy Foundation.

Adler is a four-time Emmy nominated performer, producer, and composer. He has played in more than 1,000 national TV spots and has worked as the musical director of TV series that have featured Whoopi Goldberg, Billy Crystal, and Robin Williams. He is also known for providing music for large, corporate events in the country's biggest cities.

The Listening Room is an intimate concert venue, which is a great outlet for the community to discover a local place for live music and quality entertainment. It is a versatile space not only because it is the host to a range of music and art genres, but also offers the opportunity to record music for aspiring musicians.

If you are interested in learning more about the Listening Room as a music venue or as a recording space, contact Roger Reupert, house manager, at (815) 455-8000 or

The Lakeside Legacy Foundation is at 401 Country Club Road in Crystal Lake. For more information on the foundation's mission or upcoming coverts and events, visit

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