Paul Michael Casucci
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Paul Michael Casucci

Band Folk Acoustic


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The best kept secret in music


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My first pro album "Family Ties" and one in house studio album called "Book of Days"
"Family Ties " can be heard at all tracks can be sampled.


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Greetings, my name is Paul Michael Casucci, and right now I am an active and performing singer/songwriter of contemporary-progressive folk pop - folk rock music in the central Massachusetts area. I have just finished my first album titled “Family Ties” at Signature Sounds Studio in Palmer, Mass., produced by Mark Thayer and myself. My music encompasses a variety of sounds and textures that are alive, with lyrics from the heart.
When I was ten years old, I started playing the guitar and I had formal lessons for almost nine years. Since that time during my school years of higher education, I performed in various bands. We sang and played a lot of pop, rhythm and blues; sixties and early seventies rock covers and some original material. All of this had to be put on hold for a while so I could devote more time to my family. Some time has passed, and now I have more freedom. I can spend hours in my studio writing and composing. I’m out booking shows again and experiencing the fulfillment of playing my music at the venues in my local area such as The Java Hut, Lito’s Café’, Brewed Awakening, The Blue Plate Lounge, The Canoe Club, Café Espresso. I have been the featured guest artist at The Vanilla Bean Café in Pomfret, Connecticut. I hope to be booking and opening shows this summer and fall for top billing artists to promote my music for the listening public.
In addition to my own original material, I cover songs by Greg Brown, Bill Morrissey, and the truly missed and inspiring Townes Van Zandt, as well as some 60’s and 70’s tunes.
It seems like a long time since I was in a band… it was good to take a break, but now I just want to play my music, keep writing and move into the fold of that ever continuing and evolving medium called folk music.
I hope you enjoy “Family Ties” and I look forward to meeting you through the universal language of music.