Mario Spinetti is dedicated to oneness -- the idea of promoting unity, peace, and togetherness -- and he does so with the craft he has been actively engaged in all of his life: music.
Born of two international opera singers, raised by a jazz legend, and ordained by a rock and roll Hall-of-Famer (all in the family), Mario himself is the winner of a John Lennon songwriting award. He has performed original work at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, sharing stages with Judy Collins, Paul Simon, and Hugh Masakela. His work has also been featured extensively in film and on TV.
He's been called "the voice of a generation" by world-renowned choreographer Scott Jovovich, and labeled "one of the most talented individuals on this earth" by Chad King of the Grammy Award-winning duo Great Big World (Mario's first development project as a producer of music).