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Rick DePiro
Rick DePiro (aka Ricky Dee) - live performance shot January 2010 Nashville TN - rehearsal (CC-BY-SA).jpg
Ricky Dee rehearses in Nashville in 2010.
Background information
Also known asRicky Dee
Born (1967-05-30) May 30, 1967 (age 54)
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
GenresCountry, jazz, rock
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, musician, arranger, record producer, music executive
InstrumentsPiano, Hammond B3 organ
Years active1980–present
LabelsJaRic Records

Rick DePiro, (born May 30, 1967), known professionally as Ricky Dee, is an American country singer-songwriter, jazz pianist and organist, and a music producer who has recorded and produced over twenty-five albums. He is also the founder of RADCO Music Group,[1] consisting of his label JaRic Records and Entertainment,[2] Carol Lynn Designs, a jewelry design and manufacturing company,[3] RADCO Media Group, a web design and internet company[4] and the Play Music-Enjoy Life! piano series as part of Play Music Enjoy Life, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, public charity company in California.[5] His father was a steel industry COO and EVP and a Hall of Fame fast-pitch softball pitcher and his mother was a jazz vocalist and niece of famed NYC studio owner Vincent Nola (Nola Studios). His sister Jacki is a jazz vocalist and founding partner at JaRic Records and co-owner of Event-Pros Inc, an international event staffing company. His sister Deanna was an award winning child dancer and a 25 year multi award winning sales executive with IBM. DePiro had been an award winning and long time National Artist for Matsushita/MCA (Universal Music Group) and Panasonic/ Technics, and with Roland Corporation was an award winning National Concert Artist, endorsed artist and international Product Specialist who also voiced Roland's narrative in the famed RD700 stage piano series. DePiro is also a participating artist and contributor of the I-AM workshop, and was VP of KnoC Management-Hollywood.

He attended Daemen College [6] and Akron University[7] as a music theory, synthesis, and music business major. In 1982 with a qualifying IQ of 165 on an officially monitored exam, DePiro was made a member of Mensa [8][9]

Rick DePiro at Hollywood Piano - PLAY MUSIC ENJOY LIFE!

Early life[edit]

DePiro was born Richard A. DePerro in Cleveland, Ohio, the spelling changed to DePiro in 1990 after a recommendation from his attorney, Peter Ross and his manager, Brenden Cahill, to make pronunciation more consistent on stage and TV.. He grew up in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York area. He started performing by "sitting in" with jazz and rock bands in New York by invitation at age twelve. His first paying job was as a pianist at St. Matthew's Church in Buffalo, New York, also at age twelve. By age sixteen he recorded two albums and was signed to Mark Records[10][11] by owner and producer Vincent Morette. He performed his first solo piano-organ concert at age fourteen and began teaching privately at fourteen, holding more than 35 private students by age 15. Before he was eighteen, he had roughly thirty-five television appearances, local and national, airplay on over one hundred and fifty radio stations nationwide, had written thirty songs, and had composed and performed the theme song for the weekly New York TV talk show Talk of the Town. He studied with his orchestra "idol" Don Costa as a protégée in Beverly Hills, performed at the Emmy Awards, was a seven time celebrity opening act with his band and vocalist sister Jacki (then 9 years old), and at 18 years of age, DePiro won a Tri-State contest amongst 300 competitive bands for a center stage concert at New York indoor amphitheatre, Melody Fair.

Career[edit]

Adulthood (18–30)[edit]

DePiro became the music director for the USWA/AFL-CIO Constitutional Conventions at age eighteen when he was contracted by Richard Davis, International EVP of the USWA, he then performed at eight USWA bi-annual international conventions until the age of thirty-two, often including his sister Jacki in concerts and events. His song America My Home was the first song in the convention's history to be performed and included as official business and was introduced on stage by then USWA international President Lynn Williams. .DePiro and his sister performed the song on the convention floor during the 1994 convention in Las Vegas. America My Home was played on over 400 radio station in the US after 9/11 for months in rotation and can still be heard at 4th of July celebrations nationally each year.

DePiro produced a Christmas album in 1984 for vocalist Raine Austen and got his first national jingle contract writing and performing jingles with Ms. Austen for a (then) new chain of the Muffler Man Supply Company, Rainbow Muffler, (headquartered in Flint Michigan) through owner and friend Jim Christensen.

In 1984, DePiro was signed to a second record contract, this time with Cosmic Records in Cleveland, Ohio. He stayed with Cosmic until after the death of friend and mentor Romeo Salerno (Cosmic Records owner and founder) in December 1991. Continuing after the death of Salerno, DePiro recorded new albums and released them under the Cosmic label (through an agreement and promise made to Salerno), with the assistance of Salerno's son Jon Salerno, until starting his label JaRic in 1997. He is a BMI writer and publisher and voting member of NARAS, the recording academy.[12][13]

In the 1980s, DePiro became a music director of rock show band Sir Bentley. He toured the United States with the band for over a year. After the conclusion of the tour, spent an additional year performing six days a week as leader of a house band at the Bond Court in Cleveland, also playing for local TV shows, concerts in the park, conventions, and political events. DePiro then won a multi state audition to become the official stadium organist for the Cleveland Indians baseball team[14] . He played the organ at all home games at Cleveland Stadium for two seasons garnering him positive press from news organisations nationwide including the Cleveland Plain Dealer, ESPN, CNN and many more.. In later years, DePiro played stadium organ as a guest for the Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and Chicago White Sox

DePiro moved to the Los Angeles area to pursue his career in music in the late 1980s while still playing organ for the Indians. He transferred his AFM membership from the Cleveland chapter to the LA/Hollywood chapter, Local 47. In Los Angeles, he was managed by David Parrish George Benson), who introduced him to music producer Chuck Sabatino. He was signed by Sabatino for 2 years from 1989 to 1991. In his first two years in Los Angeles, with Sabatino, DePiro met and recorded several songs with Michael McDonald's band including several of DePiros original compositions.. He also took on a job as music director for Broadway and film actor Sy Kramer and through Kramer worked with Betty White, , Barbara Luna, Dom DeLuise, and Estelle Getty. He also worked with John O'Hurley and actress Eva LaRue, took acting lessons in Hollywood, and co-owned a recording studio in Lake Arrowhead, California. He was later managed by Jon Hichborn and Brendan Cahill (Universal Studios Film Music VP) who handled his career for the next three years when he recorded with Steve Shiff and Joe Julian (Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds) , he performed at the Greek Theater, got airplay on rock stations including regular rotation on LA's famed KLOS , and became a National Concert Artist for Matsushita/MCA – at Technics Musical Instruments through founder Nick Orlando. Orlando went on to mentor DePiro for several years after DePiro's contract signing. DePiro won National Keyboard Artist of the Year in 1992 and 1993.Orlando introduced DePiro to former WIlliam Morris famed agents Tony Fantozzi and Steve Konow. Konow later helped manage DePiro's career for the next 20 years.


He is a BMI writer and publisher and voting member of NARAS, the recording academy.


RD NAMM shot casual 2012

From 2001 to present day[edit]

DePiro launched JaRic Records and Entertainment with sister Jacki in 1997 to coincide with the release of their "All About Time" CD. In 1998, Also in 1998, DePiro had over US$450,000 stolen from him by his former accountant and former attorney and business partner. His accountant forged a GPA in 6 clients' names and amongst them was DePiro's name. These illegal actions by his accountant left DePiro nearly bankrupt. A federal lawsuit was filed by DePiro and for the next six years was assembled and fought in U.S. Federal Court, finally concluding with a full judgment in DePiro's favor on October 8, 2004. The fight to recover his good name and lost funds continued for over 10 more years stalled by tactics used by his former accountant and associates. The six-year period in Federal court stalled the advancement of JaRic Records however during the same period, DePiro still performed in over 700 events including two performances at the White House by private invitation of the President.

Longtime friend and colleague Freddie Ravel joined on with JaRic Records in 2005 as an Artist-Partner. Ricky Dee, Jacki DePiro, Freddie Ravel, Lindsay Jordan, Joe Walla, Emily Davison, Michael Mancuso, Cory Pesaturo, Troy Michael, Doreen Taylor, MDRN and others have been signed to JaRic Records. DePiro and his team launched the JaRic website in 2005. DePiro is currently still considered one of the most notable Music Executives in the industry

Inspired by his previous work with Country music icon Johnny Cash in the early 1990's, DePiro recorded his first solo country music CD in 2006 titled Give Me a Chance under the JaRic label; the CD was received positively when released and was given excellent critical reviews, and is/has been distributed by iTunes, QVC, CDBaby, CD Universe and at/through distribution outlets/channels worldwide. DePiro wrote title cut and 11 additional songs, is credited for all arrangements on this CD and performed on piano, organ, keyboards and all lead vocals, he also is credited for producing the CD. The CD included tracks from Michael MacDonald's Band and songs written and produced by DePiro and co-produced by Nashville producer, Dave Dunston who is also DePiro's live performance Music Director.


Rick DePiro- LA Studio casual shot 2016

He is also known as a skilled session and live performance musician, having worked with Michael McDonald, Joe Williams, John Stamos, The Four Freshmen, Johnny Cash, Gary LeVox (Rascal Flatts). Tim Miner, Brian Mcknight, Tony Danza, Shirley Horn, Alicia Keys, Joe Sample, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Kool and The Gang, Joe Perry, George Benson. He performed on piano for President George H.W. Bush in Florida in 1991 at a special event at Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. His involvement and contract with MCA/Universal lead him to bring in sister Jacki as a performer at special events where they befriended Chairman Lew Wasserman. Wasserman helped the DePiro's garner performances at Universal Studios for dozens of PAC and EIF functions and Special Studio Events and was a reference for their second performance at The White House[15][16] for and by invitation of President Bill Clinton.[17][18] Under mentorship and work with legendary Country music icon Johnny Cash, DePiro "took" to Country music and after his days with Cash always credits Johnny Cash for inspiring him to be a Country Artist. Cash told DePiro to "just tell the story, Son". DePiro recorded two tracks on Keyboards/Organ/Piano on Cash's Grammy winning album "Unchained" DePiro recorded his first solo country music album as "Ricky Dee" in 2006 titled Give Me a Chance under the JaRic label.[19].

In 1999 and 2000, DePiro contracted with and wrote music software for Technote America and Style Station.[20] and recorded his 14th – 21st CDs with seven CDs of instrumental cover music under contract with an independent label based in Los Angeles. In October 2000 he was signed as a National Product Specialist and Concert Artist with Roland Corporation through friend and colleague Dennis Houlihan, Roland company president-CEO and former Chairman, and was a contracted staff artist with Roland. DePiro was one of less than 100 professional music artists at that time to be endorsed officially by the Roland Corporation and was the first "staff artist" to be endorsed.[21]

In September 1999, DePiro got engaged to his girlfriend Yvette Pamela Leon after proposing to her on a gondola in Venice, Italy. The couple got married in Laguna Niguel, California, in November 2000. In December 2000, he and Jacki were again invited to perform at The White House, in this instance for five-hundred invited guests at a governors and military reception, and additionally performed a private concert for the president and had a thirty-minute private audience with the president. Soon after the attacks of 9–11 in December 2001, DePiro was invited to perform his song "America My Home" for New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani at the mayor's Man of the Year celebration.

RD - Special appearance concert 2015

DePiro started JaRic Records and Entertainment with his sister Jacki in 1997 to coincide with the release of their album All About Time. In 1998, he had over US$450,000 stolen from him by his former accountant and former attorney and business partner. His accountant forged a GPA in DePiro's name and left him nearly bankrupt.[22][23] A federal lawsuit was filed by DePiro and for the next six years was assembled and fought in U.S. Federal Court, concluding with a judgment in DePiro's favor on October 8, 2004. Although the six-year period stalled the advancement of JaRic, DePiro performed in over 700 events, including two at the White House. Longtime friend and colleague Freddie Ravel joined JaRic in 2005 as a partner.[24] Ricky Dee, Jacki DePiro, Freddie Ravel, Lindsay Jordan,[25]Joe Walla, and Emily Davison have been signed to JaRic. DePiro and his team started the JaRic website in 2005.[26][27]

DePiro is considered one of the most notable music executives in the industry [28]

DePiro wrote the songs, performed on piano, organ, and lead vocals, and produced the album.[29] The album included tracks from Michael MacDonald's band and co-produced by Dave Dunston, who is also DePiro music director.[30]

DePiro, drummer Dave Beyer, and bassist Hussain Jiffry performed as DePiro's jazz trio on Jacki DePiro's first solo jazz album in 2006 released by JaRic titled Where I Hang My Hat Is Home[31]Rick DePiro wrote the title cut and two additional songs, is credited with arrangements, performed on piano and vocals, and produced the album.[32].He appeared on NBC's Las Vegas in 2007 under the direction of Peter Weller and in the motion picture Once Fallen with Weller, Michael Madsen, Brian Presley, and Ed Harris. He appeared in The Price Is Right,[33]Breaking Bonaduce, Wheel of Fortune, Tony Danza Show, CNN, Inside Edition, ESPN, Democratic National Convention, and The Emmys. He and his label were given an the first exclusive distribution deal for a record label in QVC history in 2006[34] and DePiro's first appearances on QVC included a 15-minute solo performance spot and as a prime time guest performer in August 2006. He has performed at The Kennedy Center, The Greek Theatre, The Hollywood Bowl, MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, and Carnegie Hall. He performed with Peter Weller and a jazz quintet at the Grand Havana Room, a private club in Beverly Hills, California, several times a year. He has also performed with jazz accordionist Cory Pesaturo,[35] Troy Aleman, MDRN, Michael Mancuso, Doreen Taylor, Joe Walla, Freddie Ravel, and Jacki DePiro.[36]

In March 2010, DePiro and his attorney and partner acquired fifty percent of the Carol Lynn Jewelry Design company. In 2011, he and his partners started RADCO Music Group, consisting of consisting of the companies, JaRic Records and Entertainment, RADCO Music Learning Centers, RADCO Media Group, and Carol Lynn Designs.

Ricky Dee Nashville rehearsal shot

DePiro and his JaRic Records team signed a development deal with David Baram (The Firm) and his management team at Bridge Entertainment in 2010 for a new Reality Show about the problems in the music industry and how their team (and label) are beating the odds and succeeding. In 2009 after donating his performance for a July 4 Music Concert at Warner Center Park, California, headlining for more than 50,000 people, DePiro (Ricky Dee) was recognized formally with an award from the City Of Los Angeles for his selfless and numerous contributions to the City. In 2010, DePiro signed a multi-year deal with BrassStar Productions, Los Angeles to supply the music exclusively for videos that BrassStar was creating for LA's Metrolink System, Homeland Security for anti-terrorist training videos, the National "See Something-Say Something" campaign for public awareness and threat assessment, and the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department. In 2012, DePiro and his executive team were given a feature article in notable philanthropist and CEO magazine, Art and Living;in respect and tribute to the Charity !PLAY MUSIC-ENJOY LIFE! [37] that DePiro founded. The IRS approved 501c3 is a Music and Wellness Charity that gives Piano lessons to Cancer Survivors, Alzheimer's patients, their caregivers and disaster relief victims all exclusively through donations.[38] The Charity is a California corporation.[39] This referenced issue of Art and Living also featured articles with notables including Mark Narcross, International Real Estate Developer Eli Broad Restaurant Designer Barbara Lazaroff Chef and Restaurateur Wolfgang Puck, Visionary and Innovator Walter O'Brien, Real Estate Mogul and Developer Sheldon Adelson, and President of the United States Real Estate Mogul and Philanthropist- Donald Trump.

Earlier in his career, DePiro regularly performed over 200 shows/concerts annually covering over 125 cities, he has traveled in excess of 4.5 million air miles, logged over 2500 hotel nights and more than 800,000 highway/road miles, nearly all in performance of music or music-related projects. DePiro is currently listed as/in "best of" categories amongst Celebrities for his achievements and popularity amongst celebrity musicians and music executives in more than a dozen categories in factual and "best of" opinion polls nationally and internationally including lists of famous music executives, pianists, organists, singer-songwriters and keyboard players, his music, songwriting, performances, and production projects including his recordings and online videos i.e.:: have been hosted and/or broadcast in more than 100 countries and 40 languages.

DePiro still continues to travel more than 100 days per year worldwide, has a World Tour planned for the 2019-2020 Concert Season, is currently still a music producer and has also signed on to the I-AM Workshop – Reno Nevada for donated Concert appearances, and as a board member. In March 2010, DePiro, along with his attorney and partner acquired 50% of the Carol Lynn Jewelry Design company. In 2011, DePiro along with his partners launched RADCO Music Group, consisting of 4 companies, JaRic Records and Entertainment, RADCO Music Learning Centers (RMLC's) and the "PLAY MUSIC – ENJOY LIFE" piano series), RADCO Media Group and Carol Lynn Designs. For 2019 DePiro, through his Charity PLAY MUSIC – ENJOY LIFE! and affiliates, has a celebrity Holiday recording project slated for the Holiday / Christmas Season. DePiro wrote a custom curriculum for PLAY MUSIC ENJOY LIFE! to accompany a new month-long series of Wellness lessons to be given through donations to thousands of deserving individuals through a new 501(c)3 Music and Wellness organization headed by DePiro and other industry Music and Wellness veterans..In 2019 PLAY MUSIC ENJOY LIFE! was listed as a top 10 non-profit organization nationally by Great non-profits.org. In 2016, DePiro and his team also started a "mobile/Outreach" program to bring the Music and Wellness program to the afflicted when they are unable to travel to the PLAY MUSIC – ENJOY LIFE! locations. In 2019 PLAY MUSIC ENJOY LIFE! embarked on also helping disaster relief victims, while rebuilding their lives and homes, experience "Hope and Escape" through its Music and Wellness program.

DePiro lives in the Greater Los Angeles area with his Wife and son.

Discography[edit]

  • Artist Series – Vol 1 1992 (Cosmic #CMR 47353-92)
  • Classic Rock Hits 2003 (JaRic #5410-403i)
  • Cleveland Rocks Tribute 1987 (Cleveland Indians Properties)
  • Contemporary Hits 2003 (JaRic #5410-403a)
  • Country Hits 2003 (JaRic #5410-403f)
  • Favorite Standards 2003 (JaRic #5410-403h)
  • Great Ballads 2003 (JaRic #5410-403e)
  • In Tribute to Frank 2003 (JaRic #5410-403d)
  • It Had to be You 1990 (Cosmic #CMR 45902-90)
  • Latin Moods 2003 (JaRic #5410-403b)
  • Live at the Atelier 2011 (JaRic #5410-403j)
  • Mellow Haze 1983 (Mark #MC 20063)
  • Mellow Standards 2003 (JaRic #5410-403c)
  • Some Like It Mellow 2013 (JaRic #5410-403l)
  • Somebody New 2002 (JaRic #5410-403a1)
  • Steals the Night 1990 (Cosmic #CMR 45113-90)
  • The Duke at 100 2003 (JaRic #5410-403g)
  • We'll Meet Again 2012 (JaRic #5410-403k)
  • Ricky Dee, Give Me a Chance 2008 (JaRic #JR 01575-806)
  • Rick DePiro-Chuck Sabatino with Michael McDonald Band, Old Habits – Romeo and Juliet (single), 1991 (Cosmic #CMR 46435-9 )
  • Rick DePiro-Joe Jullian & Steve Shiff, Eternally, 1993 (Cosmic #CMR 44256-93)

With Jacki DePiro

  • All About Time 1997 (JaRic #JR4022-997)
  • Christmastime 1993 (Cosmic #CMR 48678-93)
  • How High the Moon 1993 (Cosmic #CMR 48656-93)
  • Crooner's Night 1994 (Cosmic #CMR 51093-96)
  • Jazz Standards 4 1996 (Cosmic #CMR 51096-96
  • When Love Walks In 1997 (JaRic #4013-297
  • Where I Hang My Hat Is Home 2008 (JaRic #JR 01525-406

With others[edit]

  • Raine Austen, My Christmas to You, 1988 (Cosmic #CMR 46243-88)
  • Johnny Cash, Unchained, 1996 (American Recordings, Sony)
  • Alan Sweet Project with Rick DePiro and Jacki DePiro, Dig-It-Al, 2001 (ASP)
  • Walter Haden – Rick DePiro, Songs of Life, 1997 (JaRic #JR 13110 )
  • Lindsay Jordan, Down Home Heart, 2008 (JaRic #JR 01550-905)
  • Michael Mancuso, All That Matters Now, 2016 (JaRic #JR 01575-815)
  • Michael Mancuso, Should We Ever Meet Again, 2017 (JaRic #JR 01595-819)
  • Michael McDonald, No Lookin Back, 1986 (Warner Bros. #9 25534-4)
  • Joe Walla, She Showed Up, 2009 (JaRic #JR 01695-809)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. "PlayMusicEnjoyLife official website". RADCOMusicGroup/RADCOMusicLearningCenters. Retrieved 22 November 2011.
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  24. "Freddie Ravel – DePiro shown and mentioned throughout website as partner and co-artist with Ravel. Artists signed and recorded with JaRic Records include both musical projects and music related projects". Retrieved 2010-10-14.
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  29. All credits appear in liner notes, on artist website. label website and on websites selling and reviewing this CD
  30. http://www.thatscountry.com/artman/publish/article_2260.shtml Thatscountry.com Review of JaRic Records artist Ricky Dee's live performance in Nashville August 24, 2005 – Reviewer/writer- Thomas Latkins – Location SIR Studios, Cherry St. Nashville TN – Article No. 2260
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