It Had Better Be Tonight
'It Had Better Be Tonight', tears down the wall that separates pop and jazz. The disc swings into action with the six-horn urban soundscape blast of 'Big City'; travels through a post apocalyptic fantasy land of '13 Men' and brings it home with the eight cylinder big-band rave-up 'Please Don't Talk about Me When I'm Gone'. Gene Stout, Pop Music Critic of the Seattle Post Intelligencer, describes 'It Had Better Be Tonight' as "Well executed classics which Serio performs beautifully." The music is classically vintage for the Now and places Serio in the ranks of contemporary artists putting their own unique spin on classic American standards such as Madeleine Peyroux, Michael Buble and Diana Krall.