Dennis Fano was born and raised in NJ. He began his musical career at the age of thirteen when he formed a band. He played drums, sang and wrote songs. By the age of sixteen he
was professionaly managed. He became the lead singer in the band. He and his group "The One Way" signed a recording contract with Barr-Costa and later with Peer-Southern Music in NYC. They did many recordings at O.D.O. Studios in NYC. Dennis and
his group were the opening act and did studio work with Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Jay and The Americans, The Three Dog Night and the Lemon Pipers. Dennis also sang background on recordings for other artist. He worked with song writer/arranger Helen
Miller who wrote "Foolish Little Girl" performed by The Shirelles, she also worked with The Monkees.
Dennis performed in the NY-NJ tri-state
area. He and his wife Gloria moved to Florida where they raised their four children. Dennis paused his musical career to open and manage his own business. In 1981 he returned to music. In 1983 he produced his solo album, "Saviour" in Nashville, TN with the
help of country singer/song writer Larry Boone. Dennis was also president of Common Ground Music and I-Am Records.
Today Dennis has returned
to singing full time. He performs a solo act singing songs from Sinatra, Engelbert Humperdinck, Elvis, The Four Seasons, Doo Wop, Motown and many others. Dennis also performs with other musicians in a group, presently singing with a group called "Dennis G
& Company" and "The Doo Wop Guys"
For bookings please use the contact information above.