Jerome Deligero is a Dubai-based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, specializing in the guitar. Music has always been part of Deligero's life being born & raised in a church community in Dubai and starting to play in the church band at the age of 13.
Deligero started his music career in Dubai playing for various Indie bands such as The Deer Hum & Monteath. Recording The Deer Hum's debut album "Take Time" and Monteath's debut album "Moonlight." Between the years of 2018-2020, he then started working as a live/recording session musician for more Indie bands and artists like Jamie Wrecs, John Yany, Elijah Semine, Rony Sarkis, SPMG, and Vandalye. He has also performed with the UAE's legendary soul artist ABRI & international artists with the likes of Amjad Shakir; a Sudani Popstar and the soulful RNB Australian-Lebanese singer, Omar Dean, both of whom were contestants in the Voice Arabia.
Jerome is also a solo artist producing, writing, and composing his original lush, acoustic-guitar driven indie-pop. Founded on the burgeoning home-studio production scene in the same vein as Tom Misch, Two Door Cinema Club, Jacob Collier, and Gabe Bondoc. Deligero’s songwriting, multi-instrumentalism, and production intertwine to create a whole picture.