My journey into music would never had been possible without the opportunities, help, and support from the many people in my life. To Joe D’Angelo, Jimmy D’Angelo, Marty Norris, and Donnie Thayer, our experiences playing together in the bands The Joneses and Mad Angel developed me more as a musician than I ever could imagined. A heartfelt thanks to each of you.
To my family, I thank you for accepting me for who I am and supporting me throughout my music career. It’s a great feeling knowing I can pursue my passion and be supported along the way.
I also want to thank the employee owners of Web Industries for an awesome career and allowing me to have the success to return fulltime to my original passion of music. Employee ownership rocks!! Most recently I want to acknowledge and thank Brad Pierce from starfleetaudio.com. Without taking his Pro Tools recording course and learning about the basics of mixing from Brad, I would never been able to record, produce, and mix my original songs in my home studio. Brad you certainly helped me and hope to work with you again.
To Sage Mastering and Mercury Mastering, I want to thank each of these mastering facilities for the work they did on mastering my songs. It was a pleasure working with each company and I learned a lot from their feedback. Finally, without the web site designing talents of Bill Bowman from alpha-resource.com my web site would not have been possible. Thank you for your patience and skills. Awesome work Bill! And to the talented Nikilette Walker-Bowman from Nikilette Walker Photography (nikilettewalkerphotography.com). Your photos from our shoot really make my web site real and authentic. You really know how to capture the right moment. Very professionally done!
And of course to my fans and followers, without each of you there is no reason to write and record songs and share them to the world. From me to all of you, thank you. I look forward to sharing more of my work with each of you and hearing what you think of my songs. Music really is the universal language that brings us together, and that’s certainly a very cool thing.
- Rob Zicaro