John Michael Ferrari
Singer songwriter John Michael Ferrari started his entertainment careers as a singer/composer, writing musical jingles as well as performing in live concerts and, with:Pepper Jay:continues as a performing coach:whose clients included:Liquid Blue:(Pop Album of the Year: LA Music Awards), Nikki Nova (Top 10 International Taiwan Idol),:Allison Iraheta:(American Idol, Season 8, Top 4), and:Gisell:(Winner: Talentos Premios).
Ferrari has been writing songs since he was a kid. Ferrari's first song of note, "Dustoff":was penned while serving in the:Vietnam War:and is a favorite among Veterans on Ferrari's "My Early Life" album,:along with songs "Let's Run Away to Alaska," "Run," and "When Love Said Good-bye," all which he performs regularly as an entertainer or keynote concert speaker at resorts, clubs, charity events and causes, including those hosted by:International Myeloma Foundation, The Thalians:and:City of Hope. Ferrari enjoys sharing and often provides opportunities to his performance students as they share Ferrari's "Teen Tunes" on stage with him.
Ferrari and Pepper Jay presently have two versions of The John Michael Ferrari Band, one which performs in the greater Las Vegas area with Nevada players and the other in the greater Nashville area with Nashville players. Ferrari currently performs his original songs with Dr. John Nowins aka "Sexy Sticks" on drums, Dr. David Miller aka "The Professor" on b*, Dr. Bruce Topper aka Nomad on keys, Brad Torchin or Dylan Bodley on lead guitar, and the beautiful vocalists Katie Jensen, Carol Champney, Brandi MacLaren, and/or Tarryn Aimee.