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My Music

On Alter-Ego, Gold Rush Records and SD Bob Recordings

My Singing Calls:


AEGO 101 - Hip to be Square

AEGO 102 - The Way

GLDR 226  - The Living Years

GLDR 243 - (I'm Not Going To Write You a) Love Song

GLDR 151 - Christmas Baby Please Come Home 
SDB  124 - Thank You Very Much

SDB  127 - Wichita Lineman
SDB  132 - More Today Than Yesterday


SDB  137 - That Happy Feeling Hoedown

Art's Own Singers:  Sorry not for sale

Art01 - C is for Cookie (Cookie Monster)

Art02 - The Way I am (Ingrid Michaelson)

AEGO 101 - Hip to be Square

Originally by Huey Lewis and The News
Art LaVigne was the first to step up and become an Alter-EGO Recording artist. His first Alter-EGO Recording is an amazing project. This square dance singing call features live trumpet, alto sax, trombone, B3 organ, tenor sax, harmonica, 3 guitar tracks, and all the magic of Buzzy Smith. Not to mention the "All Paul Cote Quartet" backup singers on the tag.

When you buy AEGO 101 - Hip To Be Square, you will get several options including a 64 beat horn only middle break that's really lets them shine.

AEGO 102 - The Way

Originally by the band Fastball.
This is a song that has been on my Singing call wish list for so long and I finally made it a reality.  Thank you Paul Cote and Buzzy Smith!

When you buy AEGO 102 - "The Way", you will get two instrumental options one with leads and one without but I recommend using the one with the leads as they are awesome!

GLDR 226  - The Living Years

Originally by Mike and the Mechanics 
This is my first Singing call with Gold Rush Records and I love the production on this one. Scott Brown, Shawn Brown and Lisa Minton provide backup vocals and the music was produced by Scott and Shawn Brown.

GLDR 151 - Christmas Baby Please Come Home

Base on the Michael Bublé version of the Christmas classic. Gold Rush did a wonderful job on the music. Just the right thing to get you into the Christmas spirit.

SDB 124 - Thank You Very Much

“Thank You Very, Very Much” was featured in Scrooge, a 1970 British musical film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ 1843 story “A Christmas Carol”. The song received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. Albert Finney won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy for the film in 1971. This song is not really a Christmas song as it can be used anytime of the year.
This song is a great dance closer but is strong enough to be used anywhere in a dance. It doesn’t take long for the dancers to be singing along with you.

AEGO-101 and AEGO-102 are available on  "EGO Recordings" or you can contact me directly.

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GLDR-226, GLDR-243 and GLDR-151 are available on "Gold Rush Records" or you can contact me directly.

SDB-124, SDB-127, SDB-132 and SDB-137 are available on "SDBob Recordings" or you can contact me directly.


My vocals were recorded at Echoes Recording Studio in Sharpsburg MD. I highly recommend them!

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