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“Our Best Entertainer!”

– Rochester Legacy Residents
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Acclaimed singer, pianist, musician, and entertainer Joe Naples performs regularly at over 60 venues in Western NY. Dubbed “The Voice” by many of his fans, his performance features rich baritone vocals with over 30 years of experience. His repertoire includes hundreds of songs ranging from the 40’s Big Bands to the Blues, Ballads, and Pop of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, and is sure to impress your clientele! Dependable, on-time and interactive, this performance has become the new gold standard in Western NY.

Event and performance venues include:

  • Now booking “Entertain and Educate” programs at schools and libraries! Will feature an hour of music from the 1940s through the 1970s. Call for more information
  • Senior Communities (concerts and special events)
  • Corporate and Church events
  • Fine Dining Restaurants and Lounges
  • Country Clubs
  • Wedding Ceremony (sacred music) and Receptions (dance/party music);
  • Memorial Services (Christian denominations or secular);
  • Fundraisers, Community Events, and Fashion Shows;
  • National Anthem at sporting events;
  • Available for vocal coaching and creating singing ensembles;
  • Private Parties including birthdays, anniversaries, engagements, rehearsal dinners, holidays, and more!

About Joe

Joe sitting at the piano“The residents demanded I bring you back!”

– Activity Director at Buffalo facility
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Joe has a rich musical background. His dad actually began giving him piano lessons at six years of age, whether he wanted them or not! Then, at the tender age of 17, his organ teacher dismissed him saying there was nothing more that he could teach him. In the 70’s, 80’s and most of the 90’s, he was the keyboardist/vocalist for the popular southern-tier NY band “Clockwork”. With his brother Bobby, he played weekends doing proms, nightclubs, road-houses, wedding receptions and private parties. And did you know that Joe is the only man you know who sang “New York, NY” in Rome? Yup, it happened and it involved quite a bit of Italian wine!