Critics hail Tony Visconti as one of the most important producers in the history of rock. And for once, the critics are right. Consider just a few of the classic musical moments Visconti's helped to create. Rex's "Get It On (Bang A Gong)" is a true cornerstone of rock and roll. David Bowie's "Young Americans," "Heroes" and "The Man Who Sold The World" are masterpieces. The Moody Blues' "I Know You're Out There Somewhere" and "Your Wildest Dreams" are indelibly etched into our memory. And there are so many more, including recent albums by bands such as the Kaiser Chiefs.
Now, Tony brings his wisdom, experience and tales of adventures recording some of the world's biggest artists to the AES (Audio Engineering Society) Convention at the Javitz Center in Manhattan New York on October 23rd at 2.30 PM.
If you are visiting the USA's biggest recording industry convention, see Tony Visconti talk about his career and what he's planning next.
For details on the AES 2011 in New York City, please visit: www.aes.org.
For more on Tony Visconti, please visit www.jdmanagement.com
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