There are a few musicians who we at The Song Show like to keep tabs on. We bring these familiar faces back to the stage to check in, hoping to hear some new stories and with anticipation to hear new material. Fatal Lucciauno is one of our favorites. More than two years ago, he appeared on the show with a performance that brought many, including himself, to tears. In early March, Lucciauno returned to The Song Show stage older, wiser and with a new album, Respect. In this podcast, recorded that evening, Lucciauno performs songs from the album, a capella, and shares his thoughts on what that word, "respect," really means.
Enjoy the episode and, if you like it, subscribe. If you really like it, come down to the next live show, Thursday, June 7, at the Rendezvous, when Throw Me the Statue, Kelli Schaefer and Jose Bold will take the stage, answer my questions and play their songs.
...and for those who missed it, here is video of Lucciauno performing "Drunken Poetry" that we recorded prior to the show.
Photograph of Fatal Lucciauno by Brandon Hill