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Perfect, Beautiful Music

We've been listening to Fredo Viola for over 4 years now. Our first child Henry was lulled to sleep night after night after night to the original Sad Song video. It still brings chills to my wife and I along with a flood of great memories. We've convinced ourselves that the words "baby henry" are within the song though we know that the lyrics are something of a mystery. We just recently rediscovered Fredo through his new web site in anticipation of our third child this spring. We had lost our copy of the Sad Song in a recent hard drive failure and were happy to find his complete album available for purchase at last through Itunes. We're enjoying every minute of the new music. Great work, Fredo. Your work is stunning and inspiring. Kind regards and Happy Holidays. - jim & heather

True Origionality

Fredo again sculpts the air with beauty and grace. The tunes here are mesmerizing and full. A Wonderful piece of art.


This album is truly unique. It references other types of music and does amazing things with those references. You really have to hunt long and hard to find this type of music. It was worth the effort.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Experimental indie rocker and artist Fredo Viola was born in London and spent the first five years of his life living in England and Rome. His family then relocated to the United States, spending time in New York City before finally settling in Los Angeles. While there, Viola sang professionally as a boy soprano; when his voice changed, he shifted his focus to art. He returned to New York to attend the Tisch School of the Arts and studied to be a film director. During this time, Viola discovered...
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