Pianist and pop conductor Peter Nero recorded his first album in 1961, and won
a Grammy Award that year for "Best New Artist." Since then, he has received
another Grammy, garnered ten additional nominations and released 67 a total
of 67 albums. Nero’s early association with RCA records produced 23 albums in
eight years. His then moved to Columbia Records which resulted in a million selling
single and album… “Summer of ‘42”.