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Joey Pero: Breaking Sound Barriers

Nicholas F. Mondello By

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CR: At the end of the day, one of the things we know and can be reminded of by the Resonance story is that when it comes to growth, you can never have enough. If we were to think about "topping" Resonance, we would be frozen and daunted. What we always do is bring our hearts, souls, and endless work ethic to the table to be sure that we are each being ourselves. What you can be sure of is that the next record will be ever more true, ever more filled with the things we have learned... This is our commitment to ourselves, each other, our community, and our world.

Joey Pero certainly seems to be on a comet's path to stardom. With Resonance in his pocket, incredible musical weapons at his command, brilliant artist management, and a marvelous A-1 entertainer's personality to boot, Pero is destined to have his star shine and soundly resonate in the entertainment world for a long time to come.

Pero will continue to perform selections from Resonance in concert. A future performance is scheduled for Joe's Pub in New York on January 9, 2010. In addition, Pero has been invited to be a featured performer at the International Trumpet Guild's Annual Conference in Sydney, Australia in June 2010.

Selected Discography

Joey Pero, Resonance (Resonance Music Group, 2009)

Photo Credits

Courtesy of Joey Pero


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