January 22, 2021

Empire Records releases Alex J. Longo's single 'Robin. Alan. Stephen.' on Pandora, Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music for worldwide distribution from his 2nd album Balance.

November 5, 2020
Alex regretfully announces his mother Diane V. Longo passed away after an eleven year battle with Parkinson's Disease. Diane was a wonderful mother, friend, grandmother, and the biggest musical influence. She taught us that "All You Need is Love".
January 25, 2020
Alex J. Longo album release concert with special guests The Young Fables in Dandridge, Tennessee. Special guests include Frank Longo on piano, Mark Schwartz on guitar/vocals, and Liam Longo & Maggie Longo singing backup
December 19, 2019

Alex J. Longo announces the release of his next album entitled "Balance". His first new release since 2016 after his debut album "Hope". Alex's first new album in three years entitled "Balance" written and produced by Alex J. Longo singing and playing every instrument with the help of a few friends. All new & original songs with the heart and soul of someone who has been thru a great many storms but continues to navigate rough waters and head winds with "Balance". Broken hearts, broken relationships, friends lost, friends found, the only way we grow is thru heat, pressure, and time. Much like riding a bicycle, the only way to stay upright is by moving forward. Balance.   

May 26, 2019 | June 14, 2019
Alex J. Longo debuts his new song "The Gold Star"
Memorial Day 2019 is a time for remembering our fallen heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service of our country. I first met Brad and Chelle Palmer of Leadville, Colorado in 2017 after being introduced by a reporter from the news publication Leadville Today. Their friendship led to an invitation to sing and speak at the Leadville Memorial Day remembrance which carries on in memory of Lance Corporal Nick Palmer who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq in 2005. Hearing the Palmer's story inspired me to write about his life. I never met Nick, but knowing his family tells me everything about his character and how much he was loved. Jumping back a few years before I met the Palmers, I joined a unit in Germany who renamed our building "Brown Hall" after Specialist Lunsford Brown who was killed in Iraq. So many kind words were said about him. I recall being in advanced individual training (AIT) at Fort Huachuca, Arizona when the drill sergeants announced he had died. The year before he was training right where I was standing, and the feeling was none of us would be far from danger in this post 9/11 Army. Hearing that, then joining the unit he was in when he passed and hearing the events surrounding him and others who were injured was eye opening and a stark reminder that all of us must be ready at all times. Those families that are left behind bear the simple white flag with the Gold Star signifying their having paid the ultimate sacrifice for America.