“I get to look back on all the mistakes I made in terms of how I handled things …
Her second album, Tarte, was released on April 23, 2007, by her own record company, Red Velvet Cake Records, through her Web site can now be purchased through i Tunes along with The Sicks.
In February 2011, the singer announced, through her Twitter, that she is working on her third studio album, scheduled for a late 2018 release.
I don’t have any regrets, but I think we all know that we’ve matured in some way that it would be a much more interesting experience — it would be easier on some levels.” For Delfino, the hardest part of the experience was letting it go: “I had a really hard wake-up call leaving the show, going onto other projects where the writing, the dialogue required so much more from me, workwise, to make it ring true,” she said.
“That was a big learning experience where you realize, ‘wow, my first big job was so easy.’ You’d read your dialogue and know it after one pass because it was so exactly what you felt and what you knew, and then you get out there into the business and don’t necessarily encounter that every time…
I was at the same age, excited about falling in love for the first time, sort of feeling a little uncomfortable with myself.
Jason’s writing is so good, it was so easy to sink into it emotionally — every script I would get that was his, it felt like a really well-written fit for me…
Delfino was cast in MGM's "Zeus & Roxanne" before landing the role of Tina Dimeo in NBC's "The Tony Danza Show" where she played Tony Danza's teenage daughter.
After playing Natalie Sanford in the indie darling "The Secret Life of Girls" Delfino was cast as Maria De Luca on Roswell. She played Trudi in the film State's Evidence, which covers the topic of violence in schools.
"She saw me on stage in Design for Living and said, 'That's the man for me'.