Whatever Happened to the U.S. Of a.
Bob began his career as a singer/songwriter in Hollywood, pounding the pavement on Sunset's famed music row. Working in a gas station he passed his songs on to some local customers and landed a recording contract with Capitol records. His first recording was a pick hit on Billboard and hit the charts of the top 100. He went on to write for several major record companies, Screen Gems, MCI, LHI ee Hazelwood, Phillips, and Mobile Fidelity. He wrote for Sugar Loaf, The Mystic Moods, Deana Martin, The Legend and Canada's home grown favorites The Kitchen Cinq. He was an artist on the Megaphone lable and again hit the charts with his personal favorite The Dreamer. This newest recording was prompted by his deep concern and discontent with the current state of the country and he wrote, produced and directed his music video 'Whatever Happened to the U.S. of A.' which can be seen on youtube.com - Go to Bobcorso1 Album: Produced by Don 'Rivers' McGinnis and Bob Corso Arrangements by Don 'Rivers' McGinnis.