ABOUT JESSE DENARO
Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter Jesse Denaro is getting out of his own head with his forthcoming album, “One Day I Will Be Important.” After years of trying to write music under the intense pressure that often accompanies attempts to emulate the artistic practices of others, the new record sees Denaro making the music he enjoys – because that’s what he loves to do.
Originally from New York, Denaro started touring after graduating from college. He later moved to Pittsburgh where he signed to The Vault Records in 2017. Denaro’s authenticity shines through in his tuneful observations of good things falling apart in a mature endeavor that’s sure to foster strong connections with listeners.
It’s an itch for genuine, naïve love that begs to be scratched and a reminder that it’s possible to make art that’s optimistic even in despondence. He is versatile performer, singer, songwriter, engineer and producer – his work includes his self-produced album and Chris Jamison of NBC’s The Voice, both on The Vault Records’s label.