Hello Everyone! Im looking forward to seeing you at all the dates for the summer of 2014. Stay tuned for updates and have a safe and happy summer 2014!
It was a real homecoming for me to perform at Andiamos in Michigan. I grew up there. I first started singing in the restaurant there when I was 18 or so with famed accordian player Tony Dannon among others. It was a great time and they were always very nice to me there. I learned a lot about life and music while I worked there and opened for many great showbusiness acts such as the Smothers Brothers and Gary Pucket, so many more big names too many to mention. I studied all of them and learned so much just being a fly on the wall. It seems today everyone wants instant everything- stardom, gratification, etc. I know Ive been guilty of it too. There is something to be said about coming up the ladder step by step.
It was so wonderful to see all my friends in the audience, 600 strong. I plan on doing another concert there next year around the same time. Hope you can come! Its a showroom like the old Copacabana with the long skinny [...]
Well it was a great night last night at the Church where BACIO held its annual Neapolitan night. I was asked to do the entertainment which I did along with the help of my good friends Ray Suntino and Christina Luna. What a very nice audience the BACIO group brings. It was also a lot of fun to see all of my friends from past events as well. BACIO is a Bridgeport area Italian organization headed by Lenny Paoletta. Great job Lenny! Hope to see you guys soon at another event. Best, Aaron
What a great time we had tonight. Such wonderful people at St. A's. A special Thanks to Fred and the G.I.S.A. committee for having me as well as Deacon Dante. A Brooklyn audience is the best in the world. Hands down. Don't believe me? Watch this.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uMRfm8FjR4
Well another St. Anthony Feast has come and gone. What a great time we had this year. I have never seen a greater procession than the one that goes on here. The neighbors come out of there house and set up tables with water, refreshments, cut pieces of fruit, etc for all the pilgrims. The elderly that can't leave their houses are brought bags of St. Anthony's bread by the younger people. It gives you a good feeling no matter what religion you are. It shows me that there is still a lot of hope and a lot of wonderful people in this world. I am also thankful to my friend Marcantonio who runs the entertainment there. He is a wonderful person, entertainer and friend. I also have to thank Tony and Anna Gatto for being so hospitable when Im there. I hope to see you guys out there next year! Best, Aaron