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Mark Giovi - The singer with cerebral palsy



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Mark Giovi
Professional Singer
Mark Giovi, a 41-year-old professional singer that has Cerebral Palsy, almost let his physical impairment thwart his singing career. He persevered past his personal perceptions of how he felt his physical condition affected his performance, then took the “Get over it!” approach and suggests others may benefit by doing so, as well. He has Cerebral Palsy, classified as mild to moderate, that affects his left side

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Mark, a 41-year-old singer, performer, music manager and father that works a grueling schedule in Las Vegas, prides himself on a diverse career that has included, in his younger days, fronting a hard rock and heavy metal band, to today lending his velvet vocals to songs made famous by classic crooners like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Ray Charles.

“Today, I’m more likely to sing something for a more adult audience,” said Mark. “But I really enjoyed rock and roll.”

“The veteran showman’s voice is piano-key smooth as he launches into two Ray Charles standards, “You Don’t Know Me” and “Georgia on My Mind.” But there’s something peculiar about the way the 43-year-old New Jersey native moves about the room: his mouth droops slightly, his left hand hangs limp, his left leg is somewhat stiff,” said Marc Martin in a post to the LA Times in May 2012. “Giovi has Cerebral Palsy, a condition he believes has hurt him in the hard-hearted music industry. But not here at the Tap House bar and restaurant; not among this standing-room-only crowd of 150.”

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