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Mar122012

Gino Vannelli

Gino Vannelli

On our 100th episode, we’re glad to welcome a guest whose music we all know well. Over the past three decades, Gino Vannelli has delivered albums such as Powerful People, Brother To Brother, Nightwalker, and Black Cars, not to mention a couple of international chart topping hits like “I Just Wanna Stop” and “Living Inside Myself.” The Montreal native continues to sellout venues worldwide and is writing new music in every spare moment – including a recent effort to produce a blues-based collection of songs. We’re honored to welcome Gino Vannelli to Inside MusiCast to help us celebrate our 100th podcast episode.

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