Eyes of The World ~ The Grateful Dead
Recorded ~ Cagno Cousins' style
Gregg Cagno makes his home in Philadelphia, PA. His ease of phrasing and clear, warm baritone communicates the joy, wit, love and laughter in his songs without pretense. His guitar playing is bold yet fluid, filled with resonant open tunings. He's toured extensively and has appeared on festival stages from Kerrville to Falcon Ridge to South Florida to Black Potatoe. Gregg's had the opportunity to play at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as well as open for folk/rock stars James Taylor, Richie Havens, America & Poco. His tune Backroad Driver was featured on NPRs Car Talk and he's a two time ASCAPlus award winner. His 5th CD "Worth the Wait".
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Colorful, reflective story filled songs for all ages.
Waves of life the artists' way around the world.
For a short and sweet journey surf over to LaurieCagnoMusic.com
Face Book pages:
Laurie Cagno Witter
Laurie Cagno Creative Writing
(CDBaby digital partners.)
In love speed, it is one step at a time
getting to know each other.
Enjoy surfing all the waves up,
down and over for
adventure and entertainment.
Features/Reviews/Inspiration - Eyes of the World
A sound wave trivia history on how and where
we met years ago through keen musician friends.
We are so thankful for cherished meetings
of past, present and in our futures.)
Hot tip: Go see him, please give him a hug
for me, and I know you will enjoy yourselves.
Gregg Cagno singer-songwriter,
guitar player and a real fine surfer.
Website Tour Guide
- Eyes of the World
(Cagno cousins' style cover)(current page)
Grateful Dead cover cuzzie fun)
- Press Peeks
- Entire Exclusive Interview with
Montage Magazine. ~ Bill Nutt-
Critics Corner Interview (embracing love)
- Michael DeMaio Homage
(Beloved retired high school music teacher,
musical arranger, composer,
Review, seven title pages with
sub-pages. At the very top.
Meet,waves of wonderful artist,
musician's and credits
here, there and everywhere.
My cousin Laurie has a voice that stops you in your tracks. She has that rare quality that makes you sit up and take notice and want to hear more. She possesses a sincerity that cuts right through all that sound-alike-top-40-wannabe-white-noise and reaches out with an urgency that proves she's the real thing. Whether she's singing rock, gospel, country, soul, folk or jazz (all genres which she commands with a natural grace) that voice takes you there. That's a gift you can only be born with, and what better way to give thanks for a gift than to share it with the world. Thank you Laurie!
- Gregg Cagno Singer-Songwriter, April 2015