Arthur started his music career in the early 80’s as a drummer and lead vocalist of The Kryptons. Playing music from The Beatles to Eagles, Queen, Led Zeppelin & Deep Purple, the band did rounds of the Ol’ Shakey’s Pizza Parlour which was the popular nightly live band entertainment among teenagers and rock music buffs at the time.

After a year and a half of playing rock, Arthur decided to return to his first love: crooning the classics.

As a young boy, Arthur was a big fan of standards; he listened to the records of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Matt Monroe, Johnny Mathis, and even Diomedes Maturan who went to high school with Arthur’s father.

With the belief that no music genre  transcends the good ol’ standards, Arthur committed himself to singing songs that would appeal to all ages, a principle that continues to guide him in his career.