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Lou Lanza delivers outstanding Billy Joel jazz homage on new album
(Published: February 24, 2018)

Billy Joel is certainly one of the most acclaimed and successful singer/songwriters of his generation. With his witty lyricism and charming melodies, he was able to conquer the hearts and ears of millions of listeners, and he is still going strong, playing sold out shows to his massive fan base.

Lou Lanza set out to pay homage to the ongoing legacy of this talented artist by releasing a new album titled Scenes from an Italian: The Billy Joel Project. It is outstanding, a labor of love delivered with warmth and creativity.

This collection of ten songs feature stunning original renditions of some of Billy Joel's most successful singles, while also exploring some of the artist's underrated gems. The tracks are particularly powerful and visionary, due to their soft, classy and mellow tone, inspired by modern jazz. Lanza interprets these tracks masterfully, while retaining his own imprint.

More Information: http://www.loulanza.com

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