John Gassere, known as the one man band Roddo Fab Industries to his listeners, was a born Beatlemaniac. It was not unusual to find John jumping up and down to the strains of "She Loves You" when he was a little boy growing up in Indiana. The recently released Sugar. Plum. Plastic. is like walking into a time machine back to the golden age of rock music.
John played bass guitar in pit orchestras, jazz bands, and talent shows, throughout his High Schools days and in between all of that activity he took lessons in piano, string bass, and electric bass. As a student at the University of Arizona, John was one of the first people in the nation to play bass guitar in a major university marching band using a big Peavey amp on wheels which ran off a golf cart battery. He has been writing songs and making one-man-band multi-track recordings since he was 14. The Beatles and music of that era, continue to inspire a quest to improve his songwriting and create new music harkening back to that time.
Not your typical indie musician, John Gassere does his part for mankind as a special education teacher with at-risk High School students. With the summers off and other vacations afforded in his profession, it allows him to work on musical projects such as the recently released Sugar. Plum. Plastic.
The weight of the world and all its problems melt away while listening to pop-rock nuggets such as the Sgt. Pepper era “Purple Streets.” The album is a magnificent tribute to the Fab Four and the memorable pop-rock music of that time. John feels it’s important to write and sing the type of music you want, regardless of what the trends are because if it’s good music people will listen. And this most certainly applies to Sugar. Plum. Plastic. with all of its catchy melodies and Beatlesque grooves.
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Contact: John Gassere
Company: Roddo Fab Industries
Address: 3841 Rue Voltaire, Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Tel: (317) 465-0028
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