Tony DeSare: First Takes

September 2005
Music Connection;9/12/2005, Vol. 29 Issue 19, p21
The article describes the ascending career of New York-based recording artist, pianist and songwriter Tony Desare. Newly signed to Telarc Records, the young artist's new release, Want You, contains classics from the Great American Songbook sharing slots with DeSare's own songs, co-written with bassist and collaborator, Mike Lee.


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