Project One

Project One is a dynamic new band from Hightstown, New Jersey. Project One started with four talented and prolific song writers. Scott Belgard: Guitars, Michelle Noone : Vocals, John Ferrigno: Percussion and Art Stephano: Bass.

The band came together as Scott and Art communicating thru social media for more than one year before realizing that they lived in the same 1.1 square mile town, Hightstown, NJ. John Ferrigno soon joined the band and added precision and his unique vision of time as he was nicknamed the “The Clock” by the others. Later Michelle Noone came on board from neighboring East Windsor, NJ. Michelle brought her sparkling voice and storytelling to top off this quartet.

These sensational songsters set out on a journey that would last almost 2 years. Writing, performing and yes at times battling for the sake of the music and the sound that is Project One, Dark Blues, Reggae, Pop, Country and of course crushing ROCK!

In the spring of 2015 project One began to lay down tracks at Retro Media Sound Studios in Red bank, NJ. With the help of engineer/producer Adam Vaccarelii, Project One enlisted some of the industries best and most talented musicians. Chris Caratello, Patrick Smith, Geaorge A. Burton, Dan Povio, Chandler Scales, Mike Juros and L.A. session great Paul Hilton all contributed to what is "Break of Dawn" the band's debut album. Break of Dawn was released in March of 2016.

With the booking of live shows and the studio talent off to to work on other projects the band knew they needed help. Long time friend of the band Dr. John Epstein, was tapped by Project One with task of filling some VERY big shoes. Not surprisingly John aka John (John-E) Epstein, not only filled those shoes, he busted them out! At live shows John's enthusiasm and shear joy of playing guitar are infectious. In the studio his ideas and and creativity explode like a bucking bronco that's been tied up too long.

Now with the release of  “Break of Dawn” on the Rose Water Entertainment label and the addition of Emily Longo, Madeline Epstein and John Kelly to Project One's already deep bench the band is working hard to get their music into the ears of listeners all over the world. While you are reading this Project One is working on tour dates to support the debut album. Additionally the band has been in their Hightstown studio working on new tracks for the follow up record.

Stop back often for news, updates and tour information.

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