Don DiLego: Falling Into Space
A man who loves the agony of writing songs. Don DiLego grew up in the 70’s. He often wore a yellow polyester suit jacket and plaid pant combo that his mom thought “was really groovy”, but in reality may have caused mental trauma.
Once claimed to have once actually seen The Lone Ranger. First record purchased was Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy”, but mostly listened to dad’s Frank Sinatra and Al Jolsen records. Lives in New York City across from Jack’s Coffee. Would most likely pick up his acoustic guitar to write a song but should probably do this on piano more often. There are also banjos, basses, harmonicas, tambourines, mandolins, accordians, and a wurlitzer strewn across his room in various states of disrepair.
He really wishes he had a dog. Knows that if he can’t decide what to listen to, “Sweetheart of the Rodeo”, “Harvest”, “Pink Moon” or “Being There” never feel wrong. Some of the most talented people he knows are his friends and they’re all broke too. “Photographs of 1971” is Don’s third album.