My Favorite Song
In the fall of 2005, Brandon Dicino released his debut album titled My Favorite Song to critical acclaim. Brandon was able to show off his song writing talents as well as producing My Favorite Song with esteemed producer Anthony Silver. Some described the album as Progressive Popular music while others felt it fell into the electronic genre. The first single Goodbye was an instant hit and was awarded a coveted spot on the Winter Music Conference Compilation, a major dance music conference in Miami, Florida. The second single released, Goodbye, was chosen to be in the Burt Reynolds movie Cloud Nine. The next single, I'd Do Anything was hailed as a haunting masterpiece which really showed the chemistry Brandon and Anthony had in the studio. The remixes of I'd Do Anything were a huge success in clubs around the country. The final released single My Favorite Song, was an upbeat, ironic play on pop music at the time. Growing up in New Orleans, Brandon has always had a love for music. After visiting New York, he chose to move and soon began Deejaying in clubs and lounges. This proved a great way to expose him to different types of music, while giving him an outlet to entertain. He became a presence in the club scene and helped launch the New York Nightlife Association, which helps to preserve the nightlife in New York City. Brandon's recent musical credits can be heard on shows such as One Tree Hill, Extra Television, and Access Hollywood. He is currently in the studio beginning production on his new album and will be releasing his next single Time Goes By in the Spring of 2008.