Based in Oak Island, NC, USA, Richard D'Anjolell has been writing songs & entertaining audiences since he was a young child. He released his first album in 1989 entitled "Down To One" which was produced by Adam Lasus & featured the song “Human Condition”. The video for this single was a big hit at the New Music Seminar in New York city. This expanded Richard's fan base to a worldwide level. The full length release entitled "NC 28465" was recorded in Wilmington, NC with Tommy Brothers producing and engineering. It received rave reviews & radio airplay across the country. "Imagine if Mathew Sweet was kidnapped by The Replacements & held for ransom by The Who & you get a sense of what this CD is all about." says Richard. An International publicity campaign is in the works. Stay tuned for more on this incredible talent.

Songwriter- Entertainer-Musician-Producer, Richard D'Anjolell. A multi instrumentalist singer born in Philadelphia,PA. and raised in the suburbs of Havertown and the more rural town of Media, PA. Mr. D'Anjolell was early influenced by R&B,Soul,and Rock & Roll music rooted in the tri-state area. Raised in the shadows of legends that encouraged young talent in the city to travel. Mr. D'Anjolell toured the US extensively and performed at numerous music conferences and festivals. He was a featured BMI songwriter in New York City during the early successes of college radio and had several critically acclaimed releases with college post pop outfits, The Bensons, Down to One, and Almighty Shuhorn. In addition to his current solo career, Richard D'Anjolell also performs with Tommie Griggz, Six Sigma, and the Generations Church Band. In addition to writing music, Richard D'Anjolell is a producer, performer, sound engineer, director, and editor. A specialization in live performances in small theaters and intimate concert venues earned Mr. D'Anjolell his position at playhouse 211, a 81 seat theater in Southport, NC that has quickly become a hot spot for touring artists like Frank Vignola, Red Molley, Pheobe Legere, and many others. Education has always been important to Richard D'Anjolell, a Temple University graduate, and his work cofounding the WEfest, Wilmington Exchange Festival and developing the Musician's Guide to The Music Business video series are a testament to his interest in helping other artists. Currently, Richard D'Anjolell is writing and recording new material for several long anticipated releases as well as editing recordings from previous sessions. Mr. D'Anjolell averages to perform 100 shows a year. He has been a music critic for the NY Times owned Star News and has written for a variety of regional and national music magazines. Richard D'Anjolell has been a panelist at many music conferences and has had several songs placed in movies and soundtracks for video programs.