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Frank and I are currently playing regional gigs in the northeast. we both have a ton of original material. Frank has been nominated 8 times for Grammy awards. We have a strong group of musicians when we play out and also work as a d. Frank and I played together we will have a great deal more video up on you tube
Frank DiBussolo has been a professional musician since 1965. During this time he has worked with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross, Diane Carroll, Vicky Carr, Bob Hope, George Burns and Dom DeLouise and others. As a soloist he has been featured with the bands of Buddy Rich, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Bucky Pizzarelli, Howard Alden, Lester Lannin and more.
He is a graduate of Widener University and the Combs College of Music where he earned the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees.
Dr. DiBussolo has recorded extensively and can be heard on the Naxos, DBK and Lost World record labels. For his work in the recording industry, he has been nominated eight times for The Grammy Award in various catagories.
He is published in Guitar Player , The Educator and Just Jazz Guitar magazines as well as in the Groves Dictionary.
Lucas Lasagna: Music to Eat and Love By (2006: Vessel Productions)
Pennsylvania’s Lucas Lasagna has a golden voice reminiscent of Frank
Sinatra, which he shows off from start to finish on his 2006 album Music to
Eat and Love By. The jazz standard “Angel Eyes” is performed by him in the
spirit of Sinatra, and he is met by a rhythm section that takes him in and
out of time throughout the ballad’s measures. The standard “Lush Life” is
done in the style of Johnny Hartman, and one can hear the golden history of
jazz sasqvocals in the extent of the ballad selections on the album. This
release is perfect to listen to while enjoying a glass of red wine, milk-fed
veal, and extra virgin olive oil at dinner with the family. Sidemen Don
Braden on saxophone and flute and the late Charles Fambrough on bass are a
real pleasure to listen to complementing the vocalist. Lasagna closes the
album with “One for My Baby”, a legendary composition which once again
highlights his talents in the middle range, turning out jazz vocals of all
LucasLasagna THE TASTIEST VOICE SINCE FRANK SINATRA has one of the greatest voices to ever sing jazz. HE is currently seeking booking in venues of all sizes. He promotes every showwith a great team of PR people and has a very well established fan base on the east coast. He works as both a single performer and with a band. He also performs an accoustic rock set of both cover and original material. Looking for club dates, tour dates and an album deal.
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