"Luca, Songs From The Second Floor"
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Rich Luca ->
"e-Motional gravity: Continually moving forward with momentum"
Legend had it that he shared the same birthday (9/23) as John Coltrane and Bruce Springsteen. Truth is, he was conceived on New Year's eve, as an apology, and was born "a Chameleon" 49 minutes after James Dean passed along, on 9/30/55. He grew up in the south of Brooklyn, and became known as "Hurricane LaMont". A sax sideman who played the cities "family" clubs, as well as, Carnegie Hall and MSG. Subsequently saved, from certain death, by Saint WJBL (Mother of the Lost Boys of Never-Land). Together they raised a family.
So for thirty years he toiled "regular" jobs as he ate, drank, digested, and absorbed the Crossroad Sounds of NYC, Philly, and the Jersey Shore. It's here where he had access to and heard every great Blues, Jazz, and Rock band spawned by American Music, and together with the smoldering sounds within his head played along.
With rebirth, redemption, independence, and life cycles of change, it comes as no surprise that the music herein is described as:
"Punk Folk",
"Americana Country"
"A Rock Buffet"
"Songs of Sin-cerity"
"Music For Young People With Old Souls"
or just (baby)"Boomer Music for Bars and Cars" ...
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  • Sounds Like:
    Springsteen, Stones, Petty, Elvis Costello, Mellencamp, Dylan, Lennon, Allmans
  • Influences:
    Classic American Rock, Folk, Blues and Jazz.
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  • Profile Last Updated:
    06/08/18 14:35:13

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