Robert has appeared on “CBS Sunday Morning,” “CBS Morning Show,” “Live with Regis and Kathy Lee,” “Larry King,” and Garrison Keillor’s “American Radio Show.” He has had feature stories and reviews in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune.
In the Pop field, ROBERT BONFIGLIO, has worked with such artists as Chakka Khan, John Sebastian, Bernard Purdie, Roberto Carlos, producer Arif Mardin, Mandy Patinkin and is currently has a "Harmonica America" recording with PHOEBE SNOW.
The harmonica is, without question, "America''s Instrument." Its lore and legacy is woven throughout the fabric of U.S. history as its plaintive sound evokes images of our country''s heritage. Abraham Lincoln played the harmonica! There are few who haven''t, at some time, sought to make music on it. Raised in the heartland of Iowa, Bonfiglio has put together many CD’s which expresses the breadth and depth of the American musical experience.
Heralded by the Boston Globe as the "Master of the Harmonica (whose) playing is something you have to hear to believe," his new ensemble, "BONFIGLIO" performs what Robert calls "sophisticated acoustic music" played by this talented group of artists. Their first recording, "Through the Raindrops," lauded for its blending of forms and captivating sound, spent eight months on the Billboard charts.
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