Road Trip...

Hello all... I just returned from my two-day trip to some holy lands... Nazareth, PA and Bethlehem, PA. My brother took me to a hotel/Casino and on a VIP tour of the Martin Guitar Factory. What an amazing thing to see.... (not the factory, I'm talking about me losing at slot machines!). Lol but really.. my first guitar factory tour was by accident while I was moving to California. I stayed in Memphis and I saw the big Gibson brick building off in the distance... I tried so hard to pay attention to the convo I was having and I finally said, "Hold that thought..." and literally ran to see if it was the Gibson I had known from catalogues. The rest is history. I fell in LOVE. I feel like

the easter Punny

Hello all, happiest Easter! Quick post today... though I'm having fun with my family, especially my lil nephew Jonny, there is a part of me that is down. Something like Triscuits or a toothbrush, tea or my glasses currently has the ability to fill my heart with an ache and pull... Definitely missing something. Very much looking forward to hitting the open road tomorrow for the Martin Guitar factory tour in Pennsylvania. Can't wait to eat some great meals, do some epic shopping, and drool over some guitars! I played my bro some of my new stuff today- "Getting Lost" and an old version of "Freezing Time" i'm trying to revive... it seemed like a decent response. I hope I get to do a lot whi

Small Moves...

I've been thinking a lot today about people giving up. People give up so easily on things, and it's disappointing to me because, in my limited experience, the best things have come with hard work and perserverance. We're living in a 2016 where people are given exactly what they want and they still run away and they can't work through things together. That's why people settle on jobs they don't like or run away if a relationship gets hard. I feel bad for them.... To quote a Wallflowers song, "This ain't a righteous love, even a good one... these ain't the kinds of returns that I was thinking of. Unbearable now- you ain't seen nothin yet...You'll see me dead before you see me quit." I am

Goin Goin, Back Back, to CT CT

Back at it again… What a whirlwind couple of days it has been… it’s been absolutely incredible, actually. As I sit here now, at 3:18am East Coast time/12:18am west coast time…I’m wide-awake despite barely a wink of sleep in 72 hours because I still run on MFST. So I’m in Connecticut!!! The air, the feel, the welcome I got from friends on my phone and family especially… it’s been wonderful. So as I sit here eating a cheese/Italian bread sandwich with diet coke, I want to write and catch you up while feeling extremely Me right now. Had a minor setback due to excessive crowds on Wednesday morning for the acting front of my endeavors, but I spent some time on stand-up bits and got to take car

Pop/Rock Music with PopRocks

Captain's Blog... star date March 22. I'm currently sitting at *NOT* Starbucks trying to gather the mountain of paperwork that's involved with my next couple steps. What those are? I'm hoping I can pull a local news method and tease you to coming back for more... Send some prayers! (Not for my success.. but that my ink cartridge can survive the evening. I have an INK-ling it will, though!) One plus side? No trabajo para mi manana! And yet sleep will still be fleeting! I added a few paragraphs to the "About Me" page. It's sort of like a mini biography of my life in a creative sense. It definitely is a rambler and leaves me with lots to add and organize.. but there's some more for tho


As the hours of sleep diminish, the number of songs increase. Having spent more time with T-No lately he's been able to see the mad-scientist like bursts of me demanding silence and I jot down a brand new song in it's entirety and debut it...With him watching it all happen in less than 2 minutes. The word, "How???" comes to mind, he said! It's definitely cheered me up a little. So after a year last year with such little inspiration, I'd like to take a moment to reflect on the latest new tunes. Since November, I've had 9 new songs... 8 have come in the last month or so. It's a pace I haven't seen since High School. It's been really nice sharing and collaborating, but these tracks here

"Engaging Title"

haha.... okay so my blog told me to enter an engaging title... I figured I'd follow directions for once! (don't get used to it). I hassled my brother to dust off/fusc off some old videos for my site.... look forward to those in the Papparazzi section of my page, which will host a lot of the content. I'm also slowly adding all the old "Future Classics" from the Michael Danger Fusco "Greatest Misses" catalogue... so if you're into seeing my roots, I welcome you to check it out. I've been told everything you need to know about me you can see in my eyes and hear in my music... I'm working on today seperating the music section by Solo work and some band projects I have going on. My first and

PS (pimpswag)

my long-time house mate and fellow musician/singer T-No and I had an incredible creative session until the wee hours last night. It was partially the product of a deep conversation with our always eclectic and loveable landlord/friend Harry. We were discussing the loss of our friend/housemate Mono, whom gave 12 years of his life to the US Army. Harry described him as lost and in need of a purpose, and it was then that he was turned on to the Army. He bet on himself... he watched close friends buried before his eyes and he still came out winning a long-shot bet of survival. However, his survival was only physical. In a much lesser sense, it felt similar to the battles Tino and I find our

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Live at the Covina Farmer's Market in Covina, CA, I gave a two+ hour chilling performance for shoppers, crafters, and cookers alike.  Of course, the chilling was more due to Mother Nature (around 50 degrees the whole outdoor, night time set!), but I'd be willing to wager some goosebumps were provided by my awesomeness.  And I had to be awesome... I promised I'd rock like it's the end of the world. 


My first real concert, played at the world famous Whisky A Go Go in the heart of Hollywood.  I rocked an acoustic 45 minute set, playing songs old and new, with percussion help from those in the crowd who cheered on


The final nail is hammered into place by my father, completing a 2+ year effort to finish my home recording studio.  Located in the woods of beautiful Wallingford, CT (my home town!), it rests dormant until I get back to record.  I have just left my home of 26 years to pursue an unplanned adventure across th country, making good on a self-promise to someday move to California.  Shed Zeppelin (Also named Studio Fifty-Fusc, flatFLAT, Wallywood, Feel-Like-Makin-Loft Studios, and Bowl of Studi'Os) was completed the very day I left...Breaking my streak of never finishing anything.  It still remains my absolute favorite place on the planet.  

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