Keith L. Nuccio
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Keith L. Nuccio

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The best kept secret in music

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Still working on that hot first release.

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Exposed to music at a young and tender age of 3 my grandfather played harmonica and fastinated me. To his surprise the first time he gave me the opportunity to try myself I mimicked his tunes note for note on the first try and was branded a natural from the start. I remember going with my family on weekends to a place called "Shakey's Pizza? and watching a man play an old honky tonk piano which fastinated me and I had to get close up to watch. Before long he gave me a chance to play myself and much to his surprise I began playing by ear after hearing him perform. They told me I had a God given talent which my parents helped me nuture soon with lessons. Beginning piano lessons at 6 I was classically trained and wrote my first composure which was copy written at 8. As years passes I had a knack for picking up any instrument and in a few months would teach myself to play as well as a veteran musician. I would spend hours picking out jingles on the radio which I knew impressed all my friends. Cocola commercials and what ever was popular. I started learning Top 40 and current music which impressed the adults. Through high school I joined every band from Stage to Marching playing a different instrument in each. Starting a music major in college I studied classical piano and guitar and have played in multiple top bands across the nation. Building my own home studio I started recording my own music in my 20's and cut a few demo albulms in professional studios. I started playing music on Burbon St. before I was old enough to go into the bars. I remember having to come in the back door and was told to stay behind the stage on breaks. Funny to think of it now! I sat in with many differnet bands, but had my own solo show which kept me busy in the Carnots clubs. I have been described as the Michael Bolton of Burbon and also The Loneliest Man in the French Quarter, I guess mostly because my music is written from experiances of love lost. I guess when your born with the blues in your soul you can't deni it.
I went to the South By SouthWest convention in Ausin TX in my late 20's and I guess the industry made me feel like a tad pole in the big ocean. I believed in my music but it was alwasy easy to take the stage and perform with a band yet always missing being the main focal point. IT may sound silly but I was always scared of becoming famous and having money and fame ruin my life. I guess time has passed and I never pursued a solo career until now. At this point I have an archieve of music the size of Prince recorded and waiting for that break. Maturity has brought me to the forefront ready to make my mark on the music industry with a vengence and belief that will carry me to the top.