The Process Episode Five | Anthony Siciliano

After years of vagabonding through the states, Singer-songwriter Anthony Siciliano returned to his home city of Rochester, New York, and began to build Head to the Roots – an original roots rock music project.

With humble beginnings as a one man band, Anthony performed live around the area while also producing two EP’s, Transitions and Seeker, which were recorded in the likes of his bedroom and parent’s basement. Now, Head to the Roots has evolved into a four piece band. They perform on some of Rochester’s most renowned stages, they are touring through the North East, and are currently working on recording a new album.

Listen To The Episode:

Check out Anthony’s work:

Example of Anthony playing the didjeridoo, a wind instrument created by Indigenous Australians:

Example of Lewis Burns, an ambassador of the Aboriginal Tradition, playing the didjeridoo:


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