Mario Panacci / About This Artist

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Hometown: Picton, ON, CA

Label: Indie - I make no money here - just happy sharing our songs - thanks to everyone at reverbnation for giving us "indie" music creators a global online stage and please put my few cents of profit towards your expenses.

Management: Self Managed - totally and proudly indie - doing it for the art of it

Website: itunes.apple.com

Genre: Folk

Folk charts for Picton, ON, CA
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Mario Panacci - Independent Singer/Songwriter and Music Advocate
I take my songwriting very seriously. I've been creating poems and songs since I can remember. I stay away from the "business" of music. I believe profits and corporations have no place in the world of expressive art and the artists that create it. Throughout our history artists have mapped and suggested better futures and slowly society has acted on those insights. I'm happy to carry on that tradition in our songs. Oh for those interested - I put personal thoughts under the lyrics tag of the songs.


“Thankyou Mario,I guess whats inside must come out sometime....”
Leo Gillespie - reverbnation

“The Blankley/Panacci co-write version of Panacci's - 68 Pontiac appears on Money Talks CD - My favorite song on this CD is "68 Pontiac where the resemblance with Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings is striking. We also think this is a song Springsteen might have done.”
Freddy Celis - Rootstime

“Thanks for your comment Mario. Great stuff here too. Always love hearing a writer with intricate and intriguing lyrics.”
Fronz Arp - reverbnation

“Continuing the musical conversation, with a sampling of tasty grooves--Have a great night, --Bing.”
Bingham Willoughby - Revernation

“Great stuff! A bit of a Camper Van Beethoven thing which is all good in my book!”
The tornaparts - reverbnation

“Blankley/Panacci co-wrote 7 tunes on Terry's "Money Talks" - click below to read full review.”
Eric Thom - Exclaim

“I keep meeting so many talented folks here and I know they're here sharing songs for the "art of it". All new art is underground - that's what makes it "new"”
Mario Panacci - reverbnation

“The Mandic/Panacci version of Panacci's Eight Guitars appears on Peter's I Used to Work CD ---8 Guitars", a Mandic/Panacci co-write is a favourite of mine. I love Paul McKeracher's bass and the voice drops at the end of lines, "too many things … too much". This song takes me down a garden path. I feel myself walking with some excitement towards something new "something I can't loose".”
Suzy Miller - Peter Mandic - I used to work - CD Review

“Love that you haven't let anyone put you and your music in a box! Raw, real, and a sound all your own! ~Anna -”
Anna Johnson - reverbnation

“we need poets in this world...thank you!”
the low brows - reverbnation