Tony Bennett says: "Joe, your voice sounds beautiful. Keep singing!"
Joe Caruso (The Sinatra of South Texas) and his superb trio (piano, bass and drums) perform swinging standards from various eras.
Songs include: "The Way You Look Tonight," "Fly Me To the Moon," "New York State of Mind" and "What A Wonderful World."
Swinging the Great American Songbook, as well as other pop standards and love songs, Joe relies on a vocal technique called the bel canto (Italian, "beautiful singing") method. Tony Bennett once said that as a student of this discipline, he was taught to get to the center of the note, and that this is the essence of bel canto singing. A protege of Mr. Bennett, Joe is renowned for his great phrasing, clarity of diction and sheer thrill of sound.
Throughout South Texas, and beyond, the name Joe Caruso is synonymous with quality.
From the shine on his shoes to the dimple in his tie, before Joe even sings a note, it's obvious he is intent on excellence. Joe says, "I take great pride in making certain every detail is just right, and that the music be the soundtrack to a fairy tale evening you and your guests will remember forever."