Jerry Maniscalco | Bold Enough to Try

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Bold Enough to Try

by Jerry Maniscalco

Jerry’s music combines smooth vocals with complex rhythm guitar parts and tasteful leads.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Gypsy Blood
5:12 album only
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2. Riverside
2:40 album only
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3. Don’t Kill the Messenger
4:46 album only
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4. Wake Up
3:25 album only
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5. We Are
4:43 album only
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Album Notes
“Bold Enough to Try” takes Jerry’s music to a new level of songwriting, sound, and production. It includes an edgy new rock sound on “Gypsy Blood” with gritty vocals, distorted guitars, and a wild two minute outro jam. The mellow/chill vibe and smooth vocals on on “Riverside” are a must for any summer afternoon playlist. In “Don’t Kill the Messenger”, Jerry tackles more serious topics with a sound all his own. “Bold Enough to Try” also includes a remastered version of his uplifting anthem “We Are” and “Wake Up”.

Other albums are titled "Take What's Left and Make It Right" and "One" as well as his most recent single titled "On My Way" (2017). He is also a two-time guest artist for the military veteran singer-songwriter project "Operation Encore". His contributions included the songs "Wake Up" and "Waiting", as well as "We Are"- an uplifting anthem that underlines themes of common struggle and unity. He draws inspiration from classic rock greats such as Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin while his vocals are reminiscent of more contemporary artists such as John Mayer and Dave Matthews.

Jerry's musical experience ranges from musical theater, to classical opera, to rock acapela. His singing experience began in his high school days while involved in musical theater and continued as a member of the United States Naval Academy Men's Glee Club from 2003-2007. During his time with the USNA Men's Glee Club, he performed as a founding member of the rock acapela group, "The Anchormen".

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