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Zupe is a multi-talented artist, and entertainer, currently residing in Windber, Pennsylvania. He performs a one-man band cover show, at various east coast venues, resorts, and cruise lines, as well as composes music for film and television.
His compositions have been used on a variety of television shows, such as Dateline NBC, ABC’s America’s Funniest Videos, The Middle, General Hospital, and Suburgatory, Fox's Malcolm In The Middle and The Simple Life, The History Channel’s Highway Hangouts, and MTV's Road Rules and Real World. He has been featured on worldwide radio, including Philadelphia, Toronto, and New York City markets, in addition to cities in Europe.
Zupe’s recorded work spans several decades, beginning in 1986, with a single release in Germany. His 1998 piano instrumental album, Christmas Piano, is now in its third pressing. Zupe’s 2007 progressive jazz, rock fusion album, Speechless, received RadioIndy.com's Grindie Award, while its opening track, "Step On It" was nominated for 2011's Best Instrumental Composition by the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Zupe released Dance, twelve tracks of original music for ballroom enthusiasts, in 2010, and Yuletides in 2011, another Christmas album.
Aside from several singles, Zupe’s latest release is Na zdrowie! (Nostrovia!), a 15-track CD of mostly Polish-style polkas, emphasizing modern writing and production, while still acknowledging his Eastern European heritage.
Compositions and additional information on the artist can be found at his website (www.zupe.net). Zupe also maintains a site on on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ComposerZupe), Twitter (https://twitter.com/ComposerZupe), and his music is available on most digital platforms.