Meet Carmine D'Amico
With Yarone Gershovsky, the conductor, arranger and pianist for Manhattan Transfer, Carmine co-wrote two episodes of "The Equalizer" for television. He also wrote two original compositions for commercials advertising the Snapple beverages, and wrote assorted compositions for MUSAK as well. During this prolific period and seemingly height of opportunities for working musicians, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS -Grammy), also voted Carmine "Most Valuable Guitar Player" in both 1986 and 1987.
Today, Carmine D'Amico continues performing, producing, composing, arranging and recording for a variety of musical artists. His latest solo release is titled, The Carmine D'Amico Ensemble, and features his talented and lovely wife, Ronee - whom Carmine openly acknowledges as his inspiration, on vocals.