Mikael Manley, lead guitarist of The CommodoresTM, working on the musical arrangements.
Walter Orange, well known for songs such as "Brick House", "Nightshift", and many more, directs Craig on vocal arrangements.
Recording artist Craig Deanto in the studio.
Kim Thomas and Craig working together on vocals.
Raindrops; nature's tears, fall on his face as he sings with intense emotion during a candlelight vigil for missing children and their families at the White House.
Singing at the White House in behalf of families affected by divorce and missing children.
The costume used for the “Who Hears The Cries” CD was created to depict the gamut of recovery efforts on behalf of missing children. The patches on the costume were purchased from the US Capital gift shop to depict national pride. An elderly immigrant tailor, who was so emotionally moved to tears when hearing of the plight of children caught up in custody disputes, made the headband.
Top & Bottom Photos: Craig and Walter Clyde Orange during July 2002 interview on the Joe Martelle show with Sunny 104.3 - http://www.sunny1043.com/.
Craig, Walter and Joe Martelle in the Sunny 104.3 studio
Craig Deanto and GoldTone RecordsTM, honored and proud to have been on the 46th annual Nominating Ballot 8 times, celebrate the holiday season and special presentations to 2003 Grammy® and Latin Grammy® Winners and Nominees at the Recording Academy®.