Join Gino on the ‘70s Rock and Romance Cruise

Join Gino Vannelli on the ‘70s Rock and Romance Cruise, March 25-30, 2019! Sail with Gino Vannelli, Foreigner, Boz Scaggs and many other performers to the beautiful ports of Cozumel and CocoCay on the Luxurious Celebrity Infinity. Be part of more than 40 incredible LIVE performances!

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  1. I just wanna stop … yes i am saving to go on this cruise to see my all-time fave bands. I am in awe that you are all going to be on this one cruise. Love!

  2. Please come back to Talking Stick in Phoenix.

  3. Im so old and used up (married, raised 6 kids) but you make me feel young again. Youre a TEENY BIT older than me. But you sure dont act like it – lol. Bless your heart – big hugs. The party sounds amazing. Go guy <3

  4. I had been trying to see you since 1973. Every time you released a record I would write the record company to see if you were touring, of course you never came anywhere near us. A couple of years ago you came to Dallas, you were in the same hotel we were and I did not go down to breakfast and you sat down right next to my husband. I would have passed out on the table. My husband did not bother you, just sent you a note to say thank you and how much I have loved your music all these years. I have listened to Storm at Sun Up so many times the needle slides, the grooves are gone. So thank you, your music is etched deep on my heart. We hope you come again, please!

  5. Yeah, ‘Storm @ Sun Up’ literally changed my life, & influenced my playing & writing ever since. Thanks, Gino, Joe & Ross !

  6. I cannot wait to see you at the meet and greet in Warren Michigan, 11/18! But, I really want to do this cruise!

  7. Gino, great in genius and talent, I do not want to die without knowing this wonderful being.I love Gino

  8. Gino, your music helped formed my future! Your lyrics and musics complexity was something to behold when I was just a young impressionable 17 year old girl watching you at the Masonic Temple in Detroit in 1976. Your talent and beauty shaped my whole life as now I am a happily successful artist welding 6000 pound surreal sculpture. You are very special to me because of the emotional feelings I experience when I listen to your powerful lyrics and music from your earlier albums which I believe are very timely now. I continue seeing you perform here in the Detroit area and hope you will add more of your earlier non-hit songs that are really musically perfect like songs from Gist of the Gemini, Pauper in Paradise and Storm at Sunup. I know you are moving forward with your sound style and love your current sound but even now no one is doing the sophisticated music you created and made your own in the 70’s which I really miss, which articulated so eloquently your very progressive feelings about love, war, human stupidity and love of family. I Adore you, in case you have’t figured it out.

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