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Marco Rosato

Marco Rosato: Singer, Musician, Songwriter and Actor

A performer for over 30 years, Marco Rosato’s talents include acting,
singing, songwriting and musician. His singing career began when he won a
full scholarship with “Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians“. Most of his
career has been spent performing in popular piano bars and clubs in and
around Los Angeles, California. In 1988 his talents were spotlighted when
he had the pleasure of being the opening act for Joan Rivers when she
performed at the club “Carlos and Charlie’s” on Sunset Blvd.

Another of Marco’s talents is his songwriting. He has written literally
hundreds of songs. His broad range of song styles run the full spectrum of
musical formats. From Jazz to Pop, from Country songs to Broadway tunes
and New Age music to the riffs of Rock n’ Roll. His songwriting and vocal
skills led him to the opportunity of recording at the prestigious Rusk Studios
in Los Angeles in the early 80’s, continuing through the 90‘s. It is there that
he recorded his song “Once upon a time”. A recording that was later picked
up and aired on the Disney Channel.

Mr. Rosato is also at home on the theater stage. He has performed in
productions on both coasts. He has played such roles as Daddy Warbucks in
“Annie“; Julian Marsh in “42nd St.” and The Beast in “Beauty and the Beast”
to name a few of his most notable roles.

Ever the consummate performer, he continues to perform in clubs and stage
productions. When he is not performing he is working on his 4th commercial CD
with hopes of a release date sometime by the end of summer 2012. Above all
else his songwriting continues to be his passion. In his own words, he will
continue to write songs that “reflect our times. Sad love songs or happy, but
always with new hopes for happier tomorrows….”