Dominick Nero

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When Joe Pesci is not starring in holiday classics and Martin Scorsese gangster films, he’s working on his jazz career.

Joe Pesci’s unheralded jazz career

When Joe Pesci is not starring in holiday classics and Martin Scorsese gangster films, he’s working on his jazz career.

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