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Levi Kreis is an American vocalist and pianist. He appeared in an episode of The Apprentice, where one team had to work with him to create and record a song to be played on XM Radio. Songs from his first album, One of the Ones (2005), have been used in TV episodes of Days of our Lives and The Young and the Restless. Levi professionally came out on that album, declaring in the CD notes that "each love song was written about another man, save one very special girl."[1] Levi's second album, The Gospel According to Levi, was released in 2006. It is a highly autobiographical album, with Levi discussing his journey of self-acceptance and questioning the more overtly fundamental elements of religion.[2]

In 2007, he was cast as the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in a musical entitled "The Million Dollar Quartet", which ran in Chicago in 2008. Current plans are to open on Broadway spring 2010. He has since released his third album, Bygones, a collection of songs he recorded during his first year of moving from Tennessee to Los Angeles in 1997. He also had a brief stint in the national tour of Rent as the role of Roger. He played alongside of Matthew McConaughey in Bill Paxton's directorial debut "Frailty". His song, "Hardly A Hero", was used in the movie Kiss The Bride.

His fourth album, Where I Belong, was officially released on May 5, 2009, and a week earlier on iTunes. It includes a very personal song in which Levi acknowledges his attraction to and involvement with a specific woman. In explaining the song, Levi stated, "Sometimes when the right chemistry happens, it doesn't matter that it's a woman or a man."[3] He credits paganism and Wicca with helping enhance his sexual experiences with women. "When I began to see the feminine has such a brilliant, beautiful spiritual significance, it appealed to me on a deeper level than I ever experienced."[4]

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