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Watch Nick Cordero's 1-Year-Old Son's Reaction Listening to a Song from His Posthumous Album

Jaimie-lee Prince
Sep 22, 2020
06:00 P.M.
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Nick Cordero's son will forever know his father through the music the late singer left behind. In a new clip, we see Elvis mesmerized by his father's new posthumous song.


On Friday, Nick Cordero's widow Amanda Kloots took to Instagram to share a heartwarming clip of son Elvis listening to his father's music which was released posthumously.

Cordero was 41 when he passed away from complications suffered due to the coronavirus. He left behind his wife and his one-year-old son, who clearly remembers his dad's voice. The post is found below.

Amanda Kloots with husband Nick Cordero and son Elvis attend the Beyond Yoga x Amanda Kloots Collaboration Launch Event in New York City on August 27, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images



In the clip, little Elvis is secured in a baby seat, and his little mouth has remnants of food on it. Based on the caption, he just had his breakfast. "It's because of Nick that I listen to music first thing in the morning," writes Kloots. 

Two weeks ago, Kloots honored her late husband's two-month death anniversary with a heart-wrenching post revealing that she cries every day because of her loss. 

The video features one of Cordero's songs playing in the background as Elvis stares into the camera. Towards the end of the seconds-long clip, he tips his head to the side and gives the most adorable smile. 



In the caption, Kloots explained that Cordero was the one who got her into the habit of listening to music every the morning instead of watching the news. She said music decreases her anxiety and shifts her mood instantly. She ended

"Whenever I play Nicks songs, he hears his voice and stops in his tracks and does this, gets a big smile on his face. Thank GOD we have music! Thank God!"

It has been just over two months since Cordero died after he was diagnosed and recovered from COVID-19. His leg was amputated, and then he faced numerous other health issues. 



Two weeks ago, Kloots honored her late husband's two-month death anniversary with a heart-wrenching post revealing that she cries every day because of her loss. 

She included a photo of her and Cordero. She welcomed fans to join in a public memorial for Cordero, who was a well-known Broadway star. Cordero left behind many friends with his passing.


Stars such as Viola Davis, Bradley Whitford, Jane Lynch, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Priscilla Presley shared tributary posts online; as did fellow broadway star Steve Kazee and "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.


Earlier this month, Kloots released an original posthumous song from Cordero titled, "Not Far Away." She shared it on what would have been the couple's third anniversary. 

The song, which Cordero never completed, was about his father. Kloots added a verse to the track to make it into a duet. Kloots said she closed her eyes and pretended Cordero was on stage as she recorded the piece.


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