Craig Veltri 3QS100
- If I was driving your tour bus, what music would I be playing in between shows?
- What is a non-standard venue that you would like to play at?
- If you could write a song with any songwriter, who would it be?
- What is your songwriting process like?
- Can you pinpoint the moment where you knew you were going to be a musician?
- If you had a DeLorean, where would you go in the space-time continuum and what band would you hang out with?
- What is the best pizza that you’ve had because you are a musician?
- What is an embarrassing moment that you’ve had on stage?
- If you could sit down to dinner with any 4 people from the history of the world, who would they be?
- Tell us about Scarfire Radio and your show.
- How do you get new people interested in your music? – asked by Kilmaine Saints episode 99
- Where can people find you online?
- Tell me about as many upcoming shows as you can in 15 seconds.
Location: Bethel Park, PA US
To turn a phrase from his song “Home Out on the Shore,” Craig Veltri is a “country/urban hybrid”
In August 2015, Veltri released his first full-length album, A Million Miles to Go. Mostly autobiographical, the entirely acoustic album is a surprisingly eclectic mix in musical styles while still maintaining a pointed and direct lyrical approach.
In August 2020, Veltri released his first EP, Vagabond. Produced by former Charlie Daniels Band drummer, Jack Gavin, this EP is a culmination of Veltri “cutting his teeth” in Nashville for the previous 5 years.
Veltri has released 6 singles since Vagabond continuing to flex and stretch his creative range. Whether it be “Shine On”, a Beatles inspired song penned by Veltri and produced by fellow Pittsburgh native Bryan Cole, or his most recent single “Wandering Eye”, a song with a Hank Williams inspired motif co-written by Abby Hankins and produced by PT Houston of Off The Row Studios, Craig Veltri intends to never shy away from any genre o…
About the Song, Biloxi
Glen Campbell influenced song about a rendezvous. If I were Vito Corleone, I consider this song Michael.