Olivier Award nominee Ramin Karimloo has yet to make his Broadway debut, but that’s not stopping New York audiences from falling in love with the actor/singer/songwriter. Karimloo and his band are taking the stage for three nights only at New York’s new music venue SubCulture performing Karimloo's fantastic show Broadway to Bluegrass. The concert is sensational; the sound, the connection and the atmosphere come together to create one of those rare New York moments that you won’t want to miss. Arguably one of the greatest Phantoms of all time, Karimloo oozes charisma and holds the audience in the palm of his hand as he effortlessly moves between Broadway classics, original tunes and bluegrass. Backed by a super talented four-person band, the Love Never Dies and Les Miserables star keeps the show tunes recognizable enough for the theater fans, but interesting and unique enough for fans of any kind of music. Particular highlights from the evening include an audience participatory “Do You Hear The People Sing?,” Green Day’s “Time of Your Life” and a mash-up of “Radames’ Letter” from Aida and “Music of the Night” from Phantom of the Opera. Check out photos from Karimloo’s first performance below, and don’t miss the final four New York concerts August 2 and August 3.