West Coast Recording Artist Jo Cuseo Releases All-New Single

Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Guitarist-singer-songwriter Jo Cuseo, in conjunction with Bob Summers Music and Big Noise, is pleased to announce the new release of "Reach Out And Love Someone" from Cuseo's third CD with Summers, "Arms Of Love."

Cuseo is a veteran of the L.A. music scene, having written and worked with Tom Deluca, Jan Buckingham, Mike Landau and music industry heavyweight Bob Summers (Les Paul/Mary Ford).

Cuseo’s band was the featured artist on "Saturday Morning Live" on 95.9 FM (The Octopus) in Ventura, CA. Cuseo performs solo and with the band on a regular basis in Southern California, having opened for Berlin at the Canyon Club as well as other So-Cal dates at House of Blues and Hard Rock Café.

His producer and collaborator Bob Summers has worked with a Who's Who of legends in the music industry - Glen Campbell, Sammy Davis Jr., Don Costa, Bobby Caldwell, Jim Gordon, The Osmonds, and the list goes on. Summers also worked with members of The Wrecking Crew, the infamous group of Los Angeles studio musicians. Summers continues to produce jazz and pop recordings today.

The Recording Academy placed Jo Cuseo and Bob Summers on the Official Ballot for the 57th and 58th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Improvised Jazz Solo, and Best Jazz Vocal Album.

Cuseo is currently performing in the L.A. area with bassist Hank VanSickle (Eric Clapton, Robbin Ford, John Mayall) and drummer Vince Fossett Jr. (Duane Betts, Jimmy Vivino).

He is also promoting his blues/rock studio project to Film/TV through Crucial Music, an independent music library based in L.A.


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Al Gomes