CRS 2018 with Laura: Manny Cabo

by Laura Lou / 223 days ago / Comments

There are artists and then there are ARTISTS.  Manny Cabo took some time to talk with us during Country Radio Seminar (CRS) at the Grassroots Promotions Starlight Dinner. 

Many of you may know Cabo from NBC’s The Voice, however, while that was a national introduction to his music, that is only one part of his repertoire.  

Cabo has been a fashion photographer for over 17 years, producing amazing images that are timeless.  While that is and always will be a passion, he has branched out into helping artists with branding and bringing a new twist to the photographs you are used to seeing on album art and publicity photos.  He recently worked with James Dupré and the results are outstanding. Listen to our conversation as he discusses this new venture along with his life coaching and new music.

Cabo has just released a new single titled “Hate Has No Home Here”.  This is a collaboration with Bonnie Warren and it is a message that we hear so often, however, I feel the difference with this song is the delivery in the vocal delivery as well as the specific statements in this song. This is not a song for “the moment” this is a “lesson in life”. 

Additionally, Cabo has been nominated for the 2018 Nashville Universe Awards as “Rising Star of The Year, Male Vocalist of The Year and Radio Single of The Year.  

Make sure you watch our interview and follow Cabo on all social media platforms as well as YouTube to stay up to date on all he has going on. Please continue to support this artist who could not be more appreciative and grateful for all the support he has received thus far. 

I will say it again because it is worth repeating.  There are artists and then there are ARTISTS. Cabo is a true artist in every sense of the world and I think we have only begun to see what he has in store for the future.

 

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Beginning about age 13, music always been my “safe place”, my “escape”, it became a part of who I am. My background includes being a photographer/journalist for newspapers, magazines and radio stations and more recently I have been an artist manager. What I continue to strive to learn is, what is important to the fans/readers? I find that the answer is always that they want to feel close to the artist they are supporting. The human contact that we all need is something that I want to deliver to anyone that happens to read something I write or see a photograph I shoot. It is important to me to provide that experience, because I am, after all, still always a “fan” and that giddy 13-year-old girl is simply amazed! I never imagined that my passion and love for music would lead me where I am today! I use the hashtag #iamtheluckiestgirliknow because I cannot believe how blessed I am! I’m excited to see “what happens next” and take you all along with me! This is going to be amazing…