Members of the Broadway cast of Broadway have come together over Zoom to record a cover of Nick Cordero’s “Live Your Life” to raise awareness and help support his recovery.

Nick, who originated the role of Earl in the Broadway production, continues to recover from COVID-19 related symptoms, with his wife Amanda Kloots continuing to update fans and followers about her husband’s condition on Instagram. Nick has been making progress in his recovery, but has had a recent procedure for a temporary pacemaker after having his right leg amputated.

Cast members and friends, dubbed ‘Sugar, Butter, Family’ including Sara Bareilles, Jessie Mueller, Eric Anderson, Kimiko Glenn, Keala Settle, Jenna Ushkowitz, Fran Curry, Charity Angel Dawson, Christopher Fitzgerald, Becky Fleming, Thomas Gates, Drew Gehling, Henry Gottfried, Molly Hager, Aisha Jackson, Molly Jobe, Claire Kean, McKenna Kean, Max Kumangai, Dakin Matthews, Adele Miskie, Jodie Moore, Jeremy Morse, Jenny Pendergraft, Ragan Pharris, Marisha Ploski, Tom Sharkey, Anita Shastri, Phil Stoehr, Stephanie Torns, Ryan Vasquez and Ricky Jay Yates took part in the virtual recording.

The Waitress band, led by Nadia DiGiallonardo (piano), also took part with Yair Evnine (guitar, cello), Adam Kaufman (organ), Rich Mercurio (drums), Lee Nadel (bass) and Meg Toohey (guitar, slide).

The official press release said: “In support of Tony Award nominee Nick Cordero, who has been fighting COVID-19 since March 31, we’re proud to share one of Nick’s original songs ‘Live Your Life’ performed by his Broadway Waitress family.”

In support of her husband, Amanda has been asking fans and loved ones to sing and dance on social media using the hashtag #WakeUpNick. A GoFundMe page was recently created by their friends to support her and raise funds for Nick’s medical bills as he is currently being treated at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

His Waitress family also included the link to the GoFundMe page as well as the hashtag #WakeUpNick in their video. Please consider supporting him and his family during this difficult time.