Mike Tedesco is a pianist/singer-songwriter currently residing in Brooklyn, New York.
Tedesco was accepted into the legendary New York Songwriter's Circle and has also had the opportunity to be featured on a number of radio shows, TV shows, and music blogs throughout New York and Connecticut. His latest album is entitled Put To Rest and can be found on iTunes and Spotify.
Tedesco was awarded Honorable Mention for his song Ghost in the 33rd annual Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Competition in January 2017. He most recently composed the music to the song That Must Mean Something which was featured in the new short-play entitled Not For You, which made its debut at the Dixon Place and has also been performed at The Pit. Tedesco composed the music for the podcast, Super Normal.
In April 2017, Tedesco successfully completed his first tour, which took him from Philadelphia to Fort Lauderdale, and in September 2017 completed his second tour from New York to Wisconsin.
In July 2017, he was the opening act for Sarah Lee Guthrie and The Mammals at the Huntington Folk Festival.
You can catch Mike performing with his trio around NYC. They are currently in the process of recording an EP.
"Over the years, his musicality has grown immensely. Tedesco’s arrangements fuse together jazz, pop and soft rock to create a truly unique sound. From writing lyrics that are both poetic and heartfelt, to his beautiful piano accompaniment, there isn’t much one could hate about Mike Tedesco’s music”
– CS Media (http://cspencermedia.com) Selected as their “Artist of the Month”
"[He] gave a live performance, on the show, of original music that was flawless. This interview presented an artist in the genesis of his career. Mike projects originality and skill. He is a marvel to listen to."
– Lawrence Spiro, host of “My Art In Life” WCWP 88.1 FM,
“His songs have pop chart potential and his mechanics on the piano are impressive. I believe Mike to be a very hard worker and he approaches his music very seriously and with a relentless focus. The talent is there, the desire is there, the songs are there....”
– Jacque Williams, radio personality WAPJ 89.9 FM, Connecticut