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Blaise Delfino is a singer-songwriter from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Using his keen observations of the human condition, his music covers topics such as love and finding his way. By blending alternative and pop sounds, Blaise has coined fan favorites “Tie Die” and his newly released single “You Should’ve Told Me.”
Born September 10, 1991, Blaise comes from a musical family. He recounts stories that have been passed down through the generations about his ancestors singing to survive when they first stepped off the boats that brought them to the United States from Italy. Blaise began crafting his musical talents at the young age of five, with drum lessons and has since added guitar and piano to his repertoire.
While pursuing a career in the music industry, Blaise was a full-time student at East Stroudsburg University studying speech and language pathology. He graduated in Spring 2014 and will be attending East Stroudsburg University in the Fall of 2015 pursuing his Master's in Speech-Language Pathology. “Studying speech and language pathology allowed me to marry my passion of music to speech and hearing. I love being able to help others.” Blaise was also the president and founder of Autism Speaks U at ESU. As if that isn’t enough, Blaise was also a DJ on the nation’s #1 college radio station according to MTV, 90.3 WESS. He was also an active member of National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA).
Blaise is currently working on an EP titled “Commencement” that will be released in early 2015. Blaise is preparing a college radio station tour, as well as booking live shows to promote his new single and EP. Blaise has opened for many national touring acts including platinum selling recording artist JoJo, Ryan Cabrera, Ron Pope, Teddy Geiger, and many more (all by age 20).