Anthony Davilio (Country Tracks)
Home: New Jersey USA
At 15, Anthony Davilio signed with Columbia Records, and performed in thousands of sessions as a guitarist, arranger, composer, and producer. His most notable credit was a Grammy Award for his arrangements on John Lennon's last album “Double Fantasy," which went Platinum. Other credits include The Five Stairsteps' “Ooh Child” and “Dear Prudence” (Gold), Lou Christie's “I’m Gonna Make You Mine” (Gold), The Brooklyn Bridge with Johnny Maestro (Buddah Records), Ronnie Dyson (Columbia Records), and Cher's “Superstar” (Atlantic Records).
Anthony Davilio worked at New York's biggest studios, including Record Plant and Hit Factory, with additional recording credits including The Voices Of East Harlem “New York Lightning,” Gunhill Road (Mercury Records), The Edwin Hawkin Singers "Sha Na Na," Bruce Murray (CBS Canada), Paul Jabara, and many others.
Some of his recent credits include: The Shoot (Sony Playstation2 Game), PolyAmora: Married and Dating (Showtime), TLC, A&E, NBC, Fox Sports, ABC, Bachelor Pad, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Extreme Makeover, CBS Let's Make A Deal, Southern Nights, Discovery, The Auction Kings, Pawn Brokers, Bravo, Real Housewives Of Miami, BBC, Oxygen Channel, America Now, CMT, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Barter Kings, Cheer Perfection, The Presidents History 2 Channel, The Kardashians, and much more.