Philip Paul Kelly Looks For The Silver Lining

NEW YORK - March 31, 2020 - PRLog -- Ton-Up, Inc. is pleased to present, "The Silver Lining," a short film clip by musician, Eddie Star (Eddie Star & The Zero Effect, JoyBox), starring Philip Paul Kelly (Rockquiem for a Wrestler, Elf the Musical, Ragtime on Ellis Island). Shot last year in New York, the film is one of several projects recently directed by Star, including the music video for his single, "Science Fiction/Double Feature," released last October.

Eddie Star commented, "A little over 100 years ago, Jerome Kern and lyricist B.G. DeSylva wrote a song called "Look for the Silver Lining" for the musical, "Zip Goes A Million."  I was fortunate enough to get actor Philip Paul Kelly to appear in the film clip to sing the song acapella on the Mall in Central Park, New York. He gave a spectacular performance and was able to translate the idea of going back to bring a simple sentiment of optimism into the present."

The Silver Lining is available to view on the Ton-Up, Inc. Youtube channel.

About Philip Paul Kelly
Philip Paul Kelly is an Actor, Singer, Writer, and Director, whose credits include West Side
Story, Titanic, Camelot, Elf The Musical, 1776, A Christmas Carol, The Full Monty, Jekyll &
Hyde, Peter Pan, Beauty & the Beast, and La Cage Aux Folles. He has written the new musical Rockquiem for a Wrestler, in which he stars and directs. Kelly's other notable appearances include the workshop and concert of Ragtime on Ellis Island as Admiral Peary with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Georgia Engel, Brandon Victor Dixon, Michael Park, and Laura Michelle Kelly.

About Eddie Star
Eddie Star is a singer, songwriter, musician, filmmaker, and business innovator who began his career at the age of 17 in the recording studios of Hollywood. He went on to lead Eddie Star & The Zero Effect and JoyBox and bring his brand of rock-influenced punk to audiences everywhere. He continues to release music and work on projects in film, theatre, and fashion.

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