Tre Bella brings Italy back into American music like no one else. Take three knock-out vocalists
singing both solos and in harmony, have them perform in both English and Italian add choreography,
That's the winning formula for Tre Bella, appearing at the Italian American Heritage Festivals here
in the United States. Tre Bella, has been described as the Italian-American version of the Andrews
Sisters or the Italian-Americans' Destiny's Child. Tre Bella celebrate the many contributions of
Italians and Italian-Americans to American popular music. The trio performs hit songs like "Gloria,"
which was first written in Italian, and "Io Che Non Vivo," made popular by Dusty Springfield as "You
Don't Have to Say You Love Me." Tre Bella is one electrifying musical show you don't want to miss.
How best to describe Aaron Caruso's show? Think: "Pavarotti meets the Rat-Pack." Aaron presents a unique
show that will mesmerize you with the beauty and power of an operatic voice singing marvelous Italian songs
like they should be sung. Performed to a sold-out audience at Carnegie Hall in a tribute to Mario Lanza and
on the Red Carpet event for NBC at the Columbus Day Parade in New York City. He also performed at St. Patrick's
Cathedral in New York City, many casinos in Reno, NV, Atlantic City and Connecticut. Caruso has headlined hundreds
of Italian Festivals across the country from San Diego to Boston and everything in between. Caruso was chosen by
film producer Sonny Grosso and 15-time Grammy winner, Phil Ramone to sing the role of Mario Lanza, which fulfills
a lifelong dream.
An Evening With Greg
Singer and song stylist from New Jersey, Greg's national profile has been on the rise since
1996. In 1998 jazz legend Dakota Staton handpicked Greg to receive "The Dakota," an award bestowed
by The Universal Jazz Coalition, which recognizes outstanding jazz performers. Greg is looking
forward to debuting at the University of Illinois' Bone Student Center as part of a great series
of concerts lined up for the center. As a concert artist, Greg has entertained audiences in the
tri-state area at such places as The Elmsford Westchester Dinner Theatre, The Continental
Airlines Arena, and Trump's World Fair Casino and other venues. From festivals to special
events, Greg offers a diverse selection of Italian - American songs for audiences and a
great show time after time. Available with band.
An Evening With Johnny
Appeared at numerous Little Italy feast throughout the country. Those appearances include Murray Hill
Italian feast in Cleveland, Ohio, Mt Carmel feast in Hammonton New Jersey and New York Little Italy
feasts. He has performed for WTTW in Chicago and PBS in New York the premier public broadcast stations.
While with the Mystics he performed in several Rock-n-Roll shows. Notably Radio City Music Hall in New
York, Brendon Byrne Arena in New Jersey, Westbury Music Fair in Long Island and Theatre in the Round in
Pennsylvania. He has opened for such notables as Frankie Avalon, Bobby Rydell and Paul Anka. Most recently
well at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas. This is one incredible show not to miss. An Italian Feast favorite!!!
Self contained, available for all occasions.
THE ULTIMATE ONE-MAN SHOW
CELEBRITY LOOK-ALIKE STARRING Anthony T.
COMPLETE SONG SELECTION
NEW YORK NEW YORK, COME FLY WITH ME, MY WAY, THAT'S LIFE,
& MUCH MORE TO LIST...
Drummer, Ray Monte studied with legendary greats Sonny Igoe, Henry Adlar and Gary Chester. He is
the son of Italian-American singer, LOU MONTE, known for his comedic songs, "Dominick the Donkey,"
and "Pepino, the italian Mouse." Ray has recorded with his father in the 1970's and 80's and also
appeared in the popular comedy broadway show, "Mob Hits" in 2003. Performing with Bucky Pizzarelli,
Randy Weston, Jim Hall, Lew Sollof and the Conan O'Brien Band. He performed for the Joan Rivers Show,
the 2000 Songwriters Hall of Fame Banquet. Ray has played with artists John Bellushi, Stephen Bishop,
Jaye P Morgan, Freddy Jackson, Freddy Scott, and many others. Let The Ray Monte Orchestra make your
ITALIAN ROCK 'N' ROLL BAND
Once drawing back to the late sixties British invasion VALIUM tune up in a crazy, scorching overdrive, inventing THE NEW BEAT. Coming up in late 1999 they've been spreading underground, with the most exquisite seeds...
An Evening With Larry
Larry is a comedian and musician born in New Jersey to Italian parents.
At an early age Larry was adept at doing impersonations of Durrante and
Jolson and his father brought the young boy with him to entertain at local
Jersey nightclubs. During his late teen years Larry formed the musical
combo the 4 Roses. The band recorded with early rock & roll pioneer Wayne
Stierle and was offered a tour of the Middle East. In the late 1960's Larry
was writing songs for Chubby Checker through the legendary PPX recording
studio (Hendrix fame) for Irving McCarnnick. Although no songs were ever
chosen Larry was discovered by talent scouts and was signed as an opening
act for Rodney Dangerfield at his former New York club. For booking
information and details, contact us today.
The Billy & Joey Show
A festival favorite...Performed with The Planatones, Joey Dee & The Starlighters and The Duprees.
They have also worked with Uncle Floyd at the LaBove Grande in Lakehurst, NJ They offer a variety
of different shows that include comedic banter, impersonations and great dance music. They also host
The Jukebox All Star Revue which includes other entertainers including, Comedian Uncle Floyd, Frankie
DeRosa and his Tribute to Neil Diamond, Marci LaDage, The Angeltones, BIlly Brown, JT Carter and many
other local & national acts. Perfect for Opening Act, Italian Festivals, Fairs, Banquet Facilities,
Fund-raising Events, Corporate Functions, Cocktail Party, Cultural Events, Casinos and Special Events...
These wise guys are GREAT!!! Available with complete sound tracks and up to an 8pc. band.
An Evening With Emiliano
A native of Milan, this Jazz countertenor is considered one of the most distinguished and captivating
vocalist to emerge from the contemporary Italian scene. He has collaborated with some of the best
artists in Europe like Stefano "Cocco" Cantini, Stefano Bollani, Paolino Dalla Porta, and Massimo Manzi.
Emiliano has performed at the famous Capolinea club in Milan and at lounges throughout his homeland and
Spain, as well as at the Lucca Jazz Festival in Tuscany, Break in Jazz in Milan, and the prestigious Umbria
Jazz Winter Festival in Orvieto. Emiliano was a semi-finalist for the Italian National Award PMU in 2001 and
recently a finalist in the 1st International Young Jazz Singers Competition in Brussels. For an unlimited
consultation and to speak with a representative, contact us Today!