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                                                                    Arthur Cruz Bio

Keyboard artist, singer and songwriter Arthur Cruz is an interpreter of standard tunes and his own original songs - melodic tunes with pensive lyrics that blend jazz, rock and pop influences from Cole Porter to the Beatles to Sting.
A hopeful romantic, with a distinctive voice and style of song, Arthur Cruz sings songs of longing - "If I Could Be Your Valentine" believing in "Fairy Tales of Love" and holding on through the dark night of the soul, "Where Are You Now?"

Arthur began singing in choir and playing clarinet at eight years of age. At sixteen he was appointed organist at St. Michael's Church in Miami. And as a member of "Pearly Queen" and "Trapp" he performed at teen dances, debutante balls and night clubs in South Florida.

After majoring in music at Miami-Dade College and the University of Miami, he went on the road, performing in the U.S.  Returning to Miami he performed with his wife, Linda Falco, in "Trickshot", "Ecstacy" and "Cruzin'" during the 1980’s. 

During the 1990's Arthur switched to the piano-bar format, working at Stefano’s in Key Biscayne, Howl-at-the Moon in Coconut Grove and at the Boca Raton Resort.

The new millennium found Arthur free-lancing with various bands and artists in addition to his solo performances. 

Arthur has produced sound-tracks for video and motion picture, including “Falling Up” and “All Men Are Beasts”.

He continues to write and perform original songs in the South Florida area in between his 'commercial' gigs.