Dominique Gizelle Noguera was born and raised in New York City with three talented sisters. Piano notes filled the air in her home, starting out as untrained noise and becoming skilled beauty and rhythm. Dominique was the one who chose guitar instead, just to be different. She was eight at the time. Later she also studied voice and went on to master several other instruments. When she was about 16, and all the jumble of teen emotions began to crush in on her, Dominique found one more musical outlet, songwriting.
After a number of years of crafting her skills, she worked as producer at the Bang on Records label to complete her debut solo album, Deep Down. On the album tunes like "It Won't Be Long," "Double Dutch," "Heart on the Run," and "Bare Necessities" offers fans pop numbers filled with emotion and some truths about life. Dominique's partner in Bang on Records, Paul Biondi, lends his talents on the album also. Between the two artists' skills, fans will hear a smooth combination of instruments including the acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, as well as some congas and keyboards.