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Human Nature

by Dave Amadio

Smooth acoustic cover of MJ's Human Nature by Dave Amadio
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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Enthusiasm is contagious and that's why songwriters and music lovers with a genuine passion for music can't help but take notice...............

A singer/songwriter and native of Columbus, Ohio, Dave Amadio has been performing his acoustic show in support of his new Album "A Dirty Little Thing Called Love". All sales of the album (available on iTunes, AMAZON and CD BABY) until Dec 15, 2011 are being donated to the Make a Wish Foundation of Ohio/Kentucky.

His first studio album, The World Around You (2006), was an eclectic mix of 12 acoustic tracks that blended smooth acoustic tones with thought and emotion- provoking lyrical content centered around life's day to day occurrences. "You always remember your first album" Amadio says. "It was such an exciting time to break away and tell the stories in my music that I wanted to tell. After being a frontman in bands for years, I wanted to see if others would relate to my own personal style, and I'm glad that they did!"

Dave Amadio's sophomore effort Saving Rome (2008), refined Amadio's sound and elevated his musical vision to new levels. The single 'Holiday' set the tone for this album as positive and uplifting. "When people talk to me about Saving Rome, they always mention Holiday. there were so many people that wrote telling me that they started their morning off everyday listening to the song or watching the video because it made them smile. " The album's positive tone only grows stronger after Holiday with songs such as Left of Center (a song praising individual uniqueness), Backwards to Blue and Just Another Day (a song about taking life in stride and letting fate lead the way). The most notable song on the album lending to the title, Saving Rome, is a musical masterpiece taking the listener on a ride of emotion and beautiful musical melodies. "I wrote Saving Rome" Amadio says" in the first person after examining my own life on a trip to Rome. It only took about an hour sitting in front of a night lit colosseum to tie in the symbolism with my own life."

n his 3rd studio Album, A Dirty Little Thing Called Love (2011), Amadio has pushed the limits of his own sound once again. In offering up edgy tunes such as The Kappa Song and Down, Amadio shows his musical evolution all while staying true to his roots with cheerful/emotional acoustic tracks such as Chances (a song written about simplistic love and life) and Stay (a song capturing the emotions of the inevitable). "As I grow as a person and an artist, I am better able to express life's ups and downs in my music. Every album is a snapshot of where you are in your life at that moment in time. When writing the tracks for this new album, I was in a place where I wanted to challenge my own thoughts and perceptions of life and reality. I really want my lyrics to express the things we all think and feel, but struggle to share. "



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