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Joe Anthony "DeLuccie" began his career at the age of seven and it encompasses virtually every arena of music, including performing, writing, composing, arranging and producing. A traditionally trained “classical musician”, by the late Lloyd Geisler and Dick Smith (National Symphony), in addition to Emerson Head, PhD., of the University of Maryland. Over the years, he has worked in almost every music genre from jazz to country. His roots are in the Washington-Baltimore area, where music was an integral part of his life. By the age of eight, he was a budding cornet player, performing the Star Spangled Banner for local sporting events. At the age of ten, he was playing in the Laurel High School band, in addition to composing on his families Hammond organ. Then, at the age of 14, he successfully auditioned for the Washington Redskins Pep Band; performed in the Maryland All-State Symphony for two years as a 1st trumpeter; and, performed locally in the Washington D.C. Police Concert Band (directed by 1st flutist in the U.S. Marine Corp Band, the late Col. Leon Brusseloff). At the age of 16, he was playing professionally with local area cover bands (The Condors, Funktion, Flight 9, and Aspen), and at the age of 21 he met the percussionist, Wayne Webster “Web”, who was having a successful career with the President’s Own U.S. Marine Band in Washington D.C. Over the years, Joe Anthony has continued to work professionally and plays regularly in the Northwest , as a pickup flugelhornist in a Portland Jazz Orchestra, under the direction and leadership of the regionally known trombonist, Glenn Taylor. Joe Anthony is the driving force behind a duo referred to as "Los Dos"; and he performs with a local trio “DBK Athena”; and continues to book "The Joe Anthony Quintet" through KDMI Music of Delaware. He has performed in front groups to national recording artists such as Eddie Money, the late Robert Palmer , and performed in the mid-90’s with singer-soloist Harry Allen (Kool and The Gang). As a songwriter, composer and producer, he has just recently finished work on a new CD pre-release, entitled “No Matter What Happens”, fashioned in the gritty style of “Heart. And, five of his latest song collaborations have recently received radio airplay on the peninsula. Maybe you too have heard…”Love To Last A Lifetime”, “Movin’ On”, “Last Night”, “Steppin’ Out”, and “ Desperate Times”. If not, they are ON SALE at all of his performances, where they can be yours too.
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