Vito Petroccitto is magic. And we’re not just talking about the way he deftly casts alternating spells on his audiences, moving them either to awe, tears, full-out belly laughs, or all three at once. Armed only with his gritty, dirty, swampy telecaster guitar, his crazy-good vocal chords, and more than a touch of genius, Vito has somehow figured out how to do the work of ten men. If he’s not performing all over the Hudson Valley with “Four Guys in Disguise” (the band he co-founded in 1989, voted “Best of the Hudson Valley” for years running), he’s out gigging with his newest brainchild, “Left by the Wayside:” a swampy blues and funk band. Think Little Feat meets John Fogerty meets the Grateful Dead.
And if he’s not rocking around the valley with his own two bands, he’s opening for major acts like Eddie Money, The Doobie Brothers, Orleans, NRBQ, The Rascals, The Chris Barrons Band (lead vocalist for the Spin Doctors) and Deep Banana Blackout—to name a few.
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