Rocka Boogi Blu Jaz
In a changing music world,the listener can sometimes be confused. The odd thing is that music used to have one trend that would continue for as long as the people would listen and buy. Nowadays, it seems that every kind of music is getting attention. Even great hits from decades ago are making it in the new millenium. It is toward this trend that Adano presents this eclectic collection. Outstanding music will always be just that. There is always appeal in the presentation and artist. That's why it was a hit the first time. I guess you could almost say that the new trend is that there is no trend,with so many older decade tunes stepping out front, to be appreciated by old and new audiences as well. Adano has always taken a thoughtful approach. Many of his followers know Adano as a sensitive and powerful artist of drive and interpretation. From concert halls to concert tours, intimate and noisy club venues, and the recording studio, he's been there in strong force. Some pretty serious stuff seemed Adano's calling in Boston, until pop,rock,blues,and jazz flew into the picture. Here's an eclectic collection, unlike any other you've heard before. Adano does all the vocals in a crafty creation. Production execs,even now,are confused by versatility. They have to 'fit you into a mold'. This battle will be fought forever. Whenever creative artistry is allowed to blossom and flourish, it is indeed an exciting journey. From guest spots,corporate events, musical theater, commercials, television, and films, Adano has been pleasing audiences throughout the country. Some of these appearances include: The Sands (Atlantic City), Bally's(AC), The Copacabana (NY), New York Town Hall, Roseland, Glen Island Casino, Citicorp Center, International Emmy Awards, Helmsley Palace, Westchester Country Club, Kingsborough College, The Plaza (NY), and many more. A list of co-artists includes: George Shearing, Margaret Whiting, John Davidson, Kenny Rogers, Carole King, Bette Midler, Ben E. King,The Temptations, Jerry Vale, The Ink Spots, Julius LaRosa, Kay Starr, Cissy Houston, Christopher Reeve, and Harold Arlen at Lincoln Center. A kind of self-made guy, Adano worked his way through professional schools and chased his career from childhood, playing trumpet as one of his first musical experiences.