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Live Your Music – Margaux Joy and Guest Rudy Colombini 04/27/22

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I am happy to have Rudy Colombini as my guest for Live Your Music! Tune in for a conversation about how Rudy is using his creativity as a singer, songwriter, performer, and with Music City in San Francisco.

Rudy’s most rewarding artistic achievements are his 4 albums in which Rudy composed, sang lead vocals, and played lead guitar. In 1999 he had two songs reach the Top 40 charts for Adult Contemporary in the United States but received no support for a tour or enthusiasm from major labels. Frustrated, he took a break from songwriting to focus on building his real estate company.

It was two years before Rudy was invited to a blues jam where he naturally began modeling his performance on Mick Jagger. The response was so overwhelming that Rudy created the Unauthorized Rolling Stones, one of California’s first major tribute bands, which spawned a new wave of entertainers.

As the leading front man in a tribute show, this gave Rudy a platform to introduce fans to his original music. Many shows were billed as The Rudy Colombini Band opening for The Unauthorized Rolling Stones. This further inspired Rudy to get back into the studio and record new material with the Rudy Colombini Band.

He has since played hundreds of venues throughout California and the western United States. Performing live for audiences is his greatest source of happiness, and he has since created many more cover bands in order to continue finding more opportunities to express himself as a showman.

Rudy has been acquiring and developing real estate in San Francisco since 1980. Rudy has owned 5 local hotels including his current project, Music City Hotel.

Visit Rudy Colombini on his website:  www.musiccitysf.org/rudy-colombini

 

 

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