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1. Tell us a bit about you?
I am Jesse Denaro. I grew up in Monroe, NY, a little suburb north of New York City. I grew up in a musical home; my Mom playing piano and my Dad playing drums. I started my musical career when I was in 6th grade, I played “Sweet Home Alabama” with my best friend Matt for about 2 hours. It is a hilarious memory. From there, we realized music was more fun than hockey & football, so we started writing songs and playing “shows” (heavy quotations on that). As we got older we began writing on our own, developing our style and playing out more. It was cool to see how we developed together and then were able to stand on our own and create music we enjoyed. From that day in 6th grade forth, I have just been making music, and it has been awesome.
2. Describe your music the best you can, to someone who’s never heard of you?
I would say it is in the middle of John Mayer, City & Colour, Death Cab For Cutie and Third Eye Blind. It’s kind of hard to explain with a simple genre, but these are the comparisons I get most often.
3. Where can we keep up with you?
You can keep up with me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube & my Website! Links below:
Facebook - www.facebook.com/JesseDenaroOfficial
Twitter / Instagram - @JesseDenaro
YouTube - www.youtube.com/JesseDenaroMusic
Website - www.jessedenaromusic.com
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