Street MuziK &
Pulsing harmonies flowing from the asphalt of crowded sidewalks, pouring out of windows while street musicians perform for a crowd blocks away.
As a reflection of the cultural and musical diversity in Atlanta, Street Muzik ATL aims to produce and promote music relevant to today's society and lifestyle.
The driving force behind Street Muzik is developing and cultivating the next generation of independent artists that will set trends, instead of following them.
Our music is the Street Muzik of the future
Dusty Roads is the vow to do things differently from everyone else, to travel paths that have been avoided because of fear or uncertainty.
Through education, exposure, understanding and a deepening of knowledge, all roads will be explored so that the world may celebrate our diversity and fullness of life.
"Celebrating our diversity leads to experience,
experience gives us knowledge,
over time that knowledge has potential to evolve into wisdom
which is true understanding."
Throughout his lifetime, Dustin Cicero has shared the stage/studio/camera with such artists as Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones, Speech from Arrested Development, MULATTO, Domani Harris, Ricco Barrino, B.o.B, Young Dro, Skooly, EverybodyKnowsStroud,
Dun Deal, 30 Roc, FKI Rich, Stefon Harris, Jon Faddis, Kenny Garrett, Lewis Nash, Russell Malone, Joe Lovano, Christian McBride, Marilyn Horne, members of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert band, members of the NY Philharmonic, NY Metropolitan Ballet Orchestra, NY Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and many others.
Dustin could be found playing saxophone in coffee shops, restaurants and clubs throughout New Orleans and Atlanta as early as the age of 14. After moving to New York City to attend Manhattan School of Music in 2003, he became completely saturated in the music of New York City. Graduating with a Masters degree from one of the world's top conservatories, he began working as an audio engineer. During his 10 years in New York, Dustin recorded hundreds of concerts and events.
He performed at such venues as Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Jazz Standard, Sweet Rhythm, Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Brooklyn Lyceum, Garage, Bowery Poetry Club, and the Nassau Coliseum for the Vans Warped Tour.
Dustin currently resides in the Decatur area of Atlanta. You will find him working as an audio mixing/mastering engineer, producer and saxophonist throughout the city.