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On his dynamic and compelling debut EP, Orange County, California based singer/songwriter Pasquale Talarico aka Pasquale continues his thriving career as a regional Contemporary Christian Music sensation with a simple declaration to the world that God is My Everything.
Collaborating with producer Jerroll Lehman (Bill Gaither, Sandi Patti, Jon McLaughlin, The King’s Brass) Pasquale drew on an incredible well of prayer and divine inspiration to create My Everything. Recorded in Nashville My Everything features some of the city’s top call musicians, guitarists Jerry McPherson and Mike Payne, drummer Scott Williams, bassist Joeie Canaday, keyboardist Jason Webb and saxophonist Mark Douthit. Collectiviely they’ve contributed to projects with artists such as Reba McIntire, LeeAnn Rimes, Natalie Grant, CC Winans and many more.
“My Everything shares intimate details about my faith journey,” says Pasquale, a self professed “man of faith always wanting more. I recognize that I am a broken man, yet with God's grace I am able to keep going”. “These songs,” he adds, “are my authentic way to share my relationship with God. There is love, pain, sadness, and joy in each of them. I hope when people listen to them, they feel a connection. If one of the songs speaks to them, helps them with their journey, in the end, that is the greatest compliment a songwriter can get”.
While he’s been active in youth ministry in Southern California for many years and has performed hundreds of church related shows over the years, many of Pasquale’s longtime fans are fascinated when they learn about his unique musical background. As bass player for the renowned Orange County, California based pop punk band Supernovice.
Pasquale’s powerful transition from secular rocker to budding CCM star began when he helped bring contemporary, rock-driven praise and worship music into the church he served at in Southern California.
Speaking further about his evolution from secular pop musician to a Christian artist who sees his music as a part of his life’s ministry, Pasquale adds, “My younger days were those of a punk rock bassist looking for life’s biggest party. As I’ve gotten older, I have found the biggest party is something much bigger than me. I thank God for the gifts I have been given, and hope that with the release of My Everything, my music will make more people than ever dance, sing and want to praise God.”