Music as a mechanism for escape isn’t a foreign concept. For people of all ages all across the globe, music has provided a haven where a person can be vulnerable, relate to another human in a universal sense and feel accepted.
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Coming from a family that immigrated to the United States, he was frequently uprooted, moving from Manhattan to San Diego and LA, to finally settling in New Jersey. Seiichi's youth provided its fair share of obstacles. “There was a feeling of absence and abandonment from both of my parents growing up,” he says. "I was resentful. I couldn't relate to people.” So he turned to music.
Now a solo act, Seiichi Daimo continues to approach his music as an outlet. His debut EP "In The Inbetween" features four songs in a fleshed-out, full-band acoustic setting. Taking cues from the likes of Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly and Bob Dylan, the opening title track shows Seiichi knows his way around writing a comforting melody. The vocals are of pure heart, sung with passion to deliver open lyricism that is relatable for anyone: “I’m not the man that I wish that I was / But I do try / I’ll sing my heart out tonight.” Upon first listen, it's familiar, nostalgic and refreshingly new all the same. http://seiichidaimomusic.com/
"In The Inbetween" is the product of a man who wants to make his life his art, a man who uses music both as an outlet and as a way to hopefully help others, a man who isn’t afraid to confront the realities of life. “For me, music is a medium where you can be completely honest,” Seiichi says. “We all have closets we hide in, but music can break down those walls and connect us. I want to share my heart with whoever wants to listen."
"In The Inbetween" will be independently released on February 25th. It was recorded at Central Ave Studios in New Jersey and was produced by Joseph Stasio.
Seiichi Daimo's Debut EP "In The Inbetween"
Release Date: February 25, 2014
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GingerNewYork found on Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) since launching in November, 2010, has been showcasing the “Kool Kats…Gotham Nights” greats of music and culture of New York and beyond. What defines GingerNewYork is its host Ginger Broderick’s unique insight, connection to and pulse on the music and culture of Gotham making GingerNewYork one of the most sought after programs to appear on.
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Broderick perhaps better known to many as “The Media CPA” is a fixture on the media circuit.
Ms. Broderick appeared regularly for eight years on weekend morning financial segments for WABC Eyewitness News. She has appeared on Good Day New York, WNBC, CNBC, CNN, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, NY1 and WOR Radio discussing tax-related issues. She has interviewed with top financial publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Wealth Manager.
Ms. Broderick completed her TV Producer’s Certification at Manhattan Neighborhood Network and launched her own talk/variety show, GingerNewYork. Segments of the show are aired LIVE at the MNN studios and taped at the Gibson Guitar showroom/Rehearsal Studios in New York City.
Broderick is a faculty member of Queens College/CUNY Continuing Education Program. Broderick obtained a B.S. degree in accounting from St. John’s University in New York City and is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the State of New York.
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