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Singer/songwriter, Margo Macero, has studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and now leads her musical career; “The Margo Macero Project.” Touring with motivated artists from everything to unplugged sessions to putting on a heck of a show.
Here's some things the press are saying:
“Colors In the Sky (You Say).” a lush LA-style rocker with Macero’s capable voice singing of a love gone wrong. Mid-way through, however, there’s an explosion — Macero’s soaring guitar. Her chops, phrasing and power are jaw-dropping, and the throaty, round tone unique and enticing.”
— David Malachowski, Daily Freeman
“We’re eager and itching to get Margo out there,” he said. “People fall in love with Margo.”
Born to rock, Margo Macero carries on family legacy with music - Doug Gruse, The POST STAR
"The Margo Macero Project is a band with big dreams and a solid direction." - Lauren H, The Saratogian
“The exhilarating, self-penned “Dream On Boulevard” is a highlight. It’s a soulful, bluesy ballad that will give you chills as Macero’s passionate vocal delivery and luxurious long notes hit home.” - Daily Freeman
"After playing a loud, energetic set of songs in the CRUMBS Cafe studio for this episode of CRUMBS Cafe, the quartet that makes up the Margo Macero Band was pretty amped up. Settling in for the interview was a bit like herding cats; but cool cats all, and no denying that the band chemistry and enjoyment of making music together is evident whether playing or talking." - Andrew Gregory, CRUMBS Studio
"Give it up for the Capital Region's newest rising solo female star, Margo Macero." - Jennifer Beaudoian, Q103 Albany's Hit Radio Station
She has been an ardent entertainer-playing guitar since the age of seven. She continues to cultivate a reputation for herself by self-producing demos, publishing, establishing musical media networks, self-management and designing all works of lyrical and album artwork; and exhibits no signs of slowing down.
Her motivation is to continue the legacy and music of her uncle, Teo Macero, a producer and jazz icon for Columbia Records. Although Margo is a completely different artist at whole, she shares the same passion and motviation for music. Behind the glass, Margo Macero has co-written with well- known pianist, Bobby Fats Howard from “Fatback.” Creating hip and haunting musical notions from “Colors In The Sky,” “You Are The One,” “Dream On Boulevard,” “It Is What It Is” and “Make Believe.”
The artist has been known to deliver bone-chilling performances with aggresive guitar solos and power house vocals of pure soul. Her undying passion and professional integrity from her performances has been described amd reviewed by many as memorable and remarkable. Her sound has been compared to the likes of Janis Joplin, Melissa Etheridge, Joss Stone and Steven Tyler. The energy and uncompromising determination of Margo has been characterized as boundless. Music is not just a job; it is a journey of experience and lessons to be learned. With each environment come a different crowd and a different culture of audience.