Since a young age, Del has worked in all areas of the entertainment industry. He starred in a radio show ‘The Many Guitars of Del Casher’ after he finished high school and earned a position with world famous RCA New York recording group ‘The Three Suns’ when he introduced his ideas of the Ecco-Fonic.
His invention the ‘wah-wah’ pedal changed music forever! In 1966, ‘Vox Musical Instruments’
He was featured in the opening title theme for ‘The Traveling Saleslady’, and his ‘wah’ was also featured on the sound tracks for; The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, The Shakiest Gun in the West and The Ambushers. He appeared in films alongside the king Elvis Presley in ‘Roustabout’
He has composed music for ‘Chinco and the Man’ starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and produced, arranged and performed a Jimi-Hendrix style ‘wah’ for the film ‘Reindeer Games’. Nowadays, Del performs around the world as a soloist and is the composer for his ‘Americana Suite’ for orchestra. He has worked with the likes of Bobby Troup, Peggy Lee, Buddy Ebsen and Sonny and Cher.
Blue Pie has partnered with Planet Blue Pictures and Mr. Peter Bowers (Blue Pie SVP of Production and Content for North America), to produce a series of live shows featuring Del alongside some of his many legendary friends for a series of TV shows that will air in North America in 2014 under the name of ‘Del Casher and Friends’.
We are honoured to have Del Casher associated with us and we look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with a legend in the music industry. For all the latest news on Del Casher please visit his website at www.delcasher.com (http://www.delcasher.com/