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David David from Portland, OR wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:55 pm:
Peter... I met you about 1991 here in Portland area, you were a guest for a new store (Incredible Universe) Anyhoo, would love to see you tour here to the Portland area. I have many of the albums on CD and would love to see you perform live sometime! Have a great 2012. David.
Steve Marcus Steve Marcus from Chicago area, IL wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:54 pm:
"In Person" is my favorite album of yours. I love hearing your clever piano arrangements and technique "naked," i.e., without thick orchestration. I also enjoy your composition, "Fantasy & Improvisations." I hope that these recordings will become available in digital format. I'm originally from the the Philadelphia area. Why is the Philly Pops album with the late Tug McGraw celebrating the Phillies' 1980 World Series Championship not listed in your discography? Please keep making great music for many more years.
SALLY BLUE SALLY BLUE from NEWPORT BEACH, CA wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:54 pm:
Bob Murtha Bob Murtha from Santa Maria, Ca wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:53 pm:
I know you're 75 years old, but I'm 81 and I haven't seen you in years because you no longer come to the west coast. I would love it of you could come out here one more time. I live on the Central Coast in California, but I'll travel to Arizona, Oregon, Nevada. I've been listening to your music since l961. I don't leave home without the tapes I have made from almost all your recordings, and when I am listening to your CD's. You're the best ever. Thanks for all these years of enjoyment. Bob Murtha Bob Murtha
E E wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:52 pm:
I recently purchased a copy of Mr. Nero's album "I'll never fall in love again", and I recognized the face on the cover but can't place a name to it. I think she was a Model turned actress in the 1970's. I am hoping someone there might know or be able to find out. If You could tell me who she is, I would greatly appreciate it. I thank You for Your time and efforts in this matter, E.
Daisy Klock Daisy Klock from London, Uk wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:51 pm:
Dear Peter Nero, I just want to say: "thank you" for your priceless creation "The Summer of 42". I heard for the first time when I was very young, and since, I never forgot. Time to time I returned to it, to listen so many times with never get tired. There is a sense of beauty and longing in this melody. If ever you'll be able to tell me, I would like to know: what inspired you to make this melody? what thoughts and feelings you were living in that time to compose this song? Congratulations and my best feelings to you. Daisy
Emma Burkart Emma Burkart from Godwin, NC wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:48 pm:
Hi I was wondering if you ever made sheet music to go with the Cole Porter Party C.D. I've searched and searched for arrangements of Cole Porter music that sounds as good. If there isn't one is there any chance that one will ever be made? I would love it if somebody would make one. Peter Nero's arrangements are the best! Thanks!
zadora zadora from Chapel Hill, N.C. wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:45 pm:
Your Mother was my Spanish teacher in 1968 at Cunningham Junior High School. I so remember her stature and solid personality. She was a force to be reckoned with, and the ONLY teacher for whom I had true respect.She had NO tolerance for the other pupils who did not possess liguistic understanding especially having to do with the ACCENT of the Spanish tenor, that lucky for me (WHEW!) I got to be the one to read aloud every day in class, while she exhorted the other students to pay attention to my accent!! Even so, she had No respect for me, I could see I was just a pawn, though lucky because at least I had an accent that she validated. She was clearly frustrated, as an educator, and very under appreciated, as a teacher, by her vagrant students; she was under siege. I had not the wit nor wisdom in those years, to conduct a meaningful conversation with her, though I wanted to!...and I hardly think she would have condescended. I think she was rather tough, but I also could see that she had a tender heart..because I could see it behind the veil of hard silken twine. Wow.I really was impressed!!! Next time, let's talk about your Music!
Tom Dudzick Tom Dudzick wrote on March 12, 2012 at 10:36 pm:
Hi Mr. Nero, I would be the happiest amateur pianist in the world if someday you came out with a written transcription of your fantastic version of "Pick Yourself Up." That number makes me so happy every time I hear it! To be able to sit down and play it would be a dream come true! Please think about it! Many thanks for the hours of thrilling listening you've given me!!! ---Tom