Jerry Riopelle Schedule
Jerry Riopelle is definitely a musician who can't be boxed into one genre. Irrefutablyunique,
Riopell's sound ispepperedwith a diversemixtureof rock, country and blues as well as hints of jazz and reggae.His influenceson
the music scene havenot gone unnoticedas he was honored in 2007 with an induction into the Arizona Music and Entertainment
Hall of Fame.
Although Jerry Riopelle deems himself as"semi-retired," he still playsoccasional shows. To catch one of
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Jerry Riopelle Background
Riopelle was raisedin Tampa, Florida. He launched his music career in the 60s in L.A. by dabbling inindependent record production.
After a short time playing drumsfor the Hollywood Argyles, Riopelle was employed atScreen Gems as a staff writer. Music maverickPhil
Spector added Riopelle to the payrollas a staff writer and producer for Philles Records following a listen ofa singleRiopelle
had craftedand produced along with Clydie King. The trackwas "The Thrill is Gone." Soon Riopelle churned outa Top 20 monster
hit, "Home of the Brave." Riopelle gained even more tractionwhen he autonomouslyproduced Top 40 hits for The Parade and April
Stevens & Nino Tempo. His successes landedhim a job as a producer for A&M Records and as a staff writer for Irving
Music. He penned and produced for Brewer & Shipley, Shango, The We Five, The Parade and many others during that time.
Herb Alpert, Kenny Loggins, Rita Coolidge, Meat Loaf, Joan Baez and Leon Russell have all belted out Jerry Riopelle's songs.
During his time in Hollywood, Riopelle additionally composedsongs and musical scores for TV and films.
It was in the
early 70s that Riopelle's hallmarksound garneredthe attention of radio programmers and their audience in the southwestern
part of the U.S. Around this timeRiopelle also issuedhis debut eponymous album under the Capitol Records label. Arizona swiftlybecame
enthralledwith Riopelle's gift of singing and songwriting, and in 1974 he played at the iconic Celebrity Theatre on New Year's
Eve, serving as the support act for Dr. John. Riopelle nettedtremendous airplay of his tunes like "Red Ball Texas Flyer,"
"Blues on my Table," "Naomi's Song" and "Walkin' on Water," which cemented that his name would illuminatethe marquee in Arizona.
His success in the southwest soon spread like wildfireto other parts of the U.S.and crossed the pond as well. After the infamous
1974 show, Riopelle played nearly every New Year's Eve in Phoenix, and even to this very day he still has an extraordinarilydevotedfan
Jerry Riopelle Albums
Since he emerged on the music scene in the '70s, Jerry Riopelle has produced
several albums, including: Jerry Riopelle (1971); Jerry Riopelle (1977); The Second Album(1972); The Second Album (1977);
Saving Grace (1974); Saving Grace (1974); Take A Chance (1975); Take A Chance (1975); Little Bit At A Time (1977); In The
Round(1978); In The Round (1979); Dangerous Stranger (1979); Dangerous Stranger (1979);Juicy Talk (1982); and Livin' The Life
Jerry Riopelle Trivia
Jerry Riopelle is not only credited for his musical virtuosity. He is also
recognized as an inventor.Riopelle is an innovator who holdspatents for Beamz. Beamzis a musical device utilized foroccupational
therapy and for recreation. And because of his ingenuity, Riopelle earnedthe 2003 Innovator of the Year award at the Arizona
Jerry Riopelle Concert Experience
In today's tech savvy world, we can plug into our music
through our iPods, computers, radios, phones, tablets and TVs, but nothing can replace the enriching and authentic experience
of taking in a concert live, especially when it comes to seeing someone as naturally talented as Jerry Riopelle. At a live
show, you can feel the vibe and the meaningful lyrics even more than you would listening to the radio because you have the
energy and the pulse of the crowd to fuel the effects of those lyrics.
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