New Jersey artist Damian Boucher has been composing music and lyrics for over 30 years. His genres include Rock, Country, Swing, Cajun/Zydeco, Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Classical, and Irish Celtic. Damian has toured the world with many famous artists, opening for Pure Prairie League and Marshall Tucker. His music has been featured on National Radio, TV Shows, Commercials, and Films like Bill Plympton's "Smell the Flowers," Amazing Wedding Cakes and over 30 "Man Vs. Food" shows. Damian's 4 CDs received rave reviews, creating a unique sound that appeals to many different tastes.
In addition to the above films and commercials, Damian Boucher's music has been featured in Man Vs. Food-Philadelphia (7 plays), Man Vs. Food-San Antonio (9 plays). His music has also been used as background for concert anouncements on Radio station WYNY New York City.
For a number of years, Damian has been a member of ASCAP and the Song Writers Guild. He has worked and performed with Kenny Margolis (of the band Cracker), Joan Osborne, Mark Muller (Shania Twain), George Roecille, Suzie Tyrell (Bruce Springsteen), Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan), Dave Rimelis, and Steve Willoughby, to name a few.
Acoustic guitar, Mandolin, Congas and soothing Male/Female vocals tell a motivational story of overcoming pain/emotional hurt by accepting and learning from your past to grow and move on. Good for transitional, turn around lesson stories about teens or adults. Male Vocals, Rock, Folk Rock
Rocker about a person in a hurry to get to the Top, jangly Guitars, pumping Bass use in High End Car commercials, Social Climbing scenes, Moving Forward. Gritty, angsty 20-year-olds on the go. Fun commercial, dark humor, buddy movie, road trip, bar scene. Determined, driving, campy & humorous. Male Vocals, Rock, Hard Rock
Bouncy rock tune about a young girls troubled past and how it kept her on the fine line between love and hate. She ultimately is saved by the love of her higher power from falling into the abyss of hate. Use in troubled tween films, growth, overcoming a break up. Male Vocals, Rock, Blues Rock
Medium tempo song on how alcohol abuse harms relationships and family bonds. Could be used in educational family movies, breakup, marrage, New Years scenes. Ends with a very sad Auld Langs Syne on solo violin. Important message, Intervention, alcoholism. Sad sentimental flashbacks to 1969. Male Vocals, Rock, 60s Rock
A rollicking Fun Carnival ride to the Jersey Shore, Screaming Guitars, up beat Happy sing along Chorus good for selling Summer products, beer commercials, beach/party movies. Male Vocals, Rock, Roots Rock
Scary story of a child who hides in a world of make believe to escape his mothers torture and grows up to be a serial murderer. Use for troubled child, maladapted personality, violent thriller movies. Male Vocals, Rock, Art Rock
Looking for True Love and never finding it. You're left old and alone in this pulsing rock number. Good for searching, cheating, unrequited love, reflective and all alone scenes. Country, rural scenes, doing drugs, trying to hook up, needing sex and companionship. Rousing, sentimental violin. Male Vocals, Rock, Folk Rock
Up Beat Rocker about a Brighter Day coming for mankind. Scorching lead Guitar Line, Chorus is an Anthem, use for turn around from Armageddon, Family Drama, Church or Broadway Musical. Male Vocals, Rock, Art Rock
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