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.
Flamenco guitar, soaring violins, mandolin and bass make you feel like your in a Tropical Paradise or a Costa Rican Jungle with this Haunting melody. Can be used in Romance scenes, cruise/vacation commercials. Instrumental, Folk, Latin Folk
Jangly 12 string acoustic guitar, rocking violin, electric guitars and Bass drive this rollicking instrumental music bed, good for fight scenes, chases, joyous, triumphs, beer commercials. Instrumental, Folk, Folk Pop
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