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Whitman Rinaldo

Whitman Rinaldo is a songwriter, guitarist and vocalist who has been in many bands, from jazz to rock. He owes his style to the Beatles, Sting, Allman Brothers and Bob Marley. He has developed from rock, to progressive to jazz & world beat. He played in the Washington DC suburbs, bands called "Dying Happy" "Full House" "Chrome Reverse" "Moving Targets" and "Swing Thing"

Guitar Snacks

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009


"You Look Like a Movie Star, and I Believe I'm Lucky--Spending Time with You."

"You Look Like a Movie Star, and I Believe I'm Lucky--Spending Time with You."

The new CD Pretty by Whitman Rinaldo has great songs and playful lyrics, in the vein the Kinks, U2, Beatles and UB40. The Northern Virginia/ Washington DC guitarist's CD has been released under the CreateSpace record label. The title track, “Pretty," is a Beatlesque song dedicated to his late mother Mary Anne Rinaldo Her face is ...


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