Sneha Girap (Editor)

Chieli Minucci

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Genres  Smooth jazz
Role  Guitarist
Instruments  Guitar
Parents  Ulpio Minucci
Associated acts  Special EFX
Education  Ithaca College
Name  Chieli Minucci

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci Music fanart fanarttv

Born  April 17, 1958 (age 57) Huntington, New York (1958-04-17)
Albums  Jewels, Sweet Surrender, The B. B. & Q. Band
Music groups  Special EFX (1982 – 1995), B. B. & Q. Band (1986)
Similar People  George Jinda, Marion Meadows, Bob Baldwin, Ulpio Minucci, Gerald Veasley

Chieli minucci biography approx 5 minutes


Chieli Minucci (born April 17, 1958 in New York, New York is an American guitarist known as the leader of the Grammy-nominated contemporary jazz group Chielli Minucci & Special EFX.

Contents

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci Biography Albums amp Streaming Radio

Guitarist composer chieli minucci shares his journey with donna drake on live it up


Biography and Career

Chieli Minucci Smooth Jazz Vibes Chieli Minucci Composer Extraordinaire

His father, Ulpio Minucci, was a concert pianist and composer who wrote the music to the 1955 hit song "Domani," as well as "A Thousand Thoughts of You," and "Felicia" (both sung by Nat King Cole).

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci amp Special EFX at the Cutting Room NYC

Minucci with George Jinda & Special EFX have recorded over 26 CDs, 8 of them solo releases. He has recorded and performed with pop music artists such as Celine Dion, Lionel Richie, Jennifer Lopez, Jewel, Mark Anthony, Jessica Simpson, and Anastacia as well as jazz artists Roseanna Vitro, Marion Meadows, Jay Beckenstein, Gerald Veasley, Kirk Whalum, Jeff Lorber, Norman Brown, Bernie Williams, Lao Tizer, Nestor Torres, Mindi Abair, Rick Braun, Nick Colionne, Omar Hakim and Bob Baldwin.

Chieli Minucci cpsstaticrovicorpcom3JPG500MI0000443MI000

Also known as a composer for television and film, Minucci has won three Emmy Awards, in 1998, 2007, and 2008, and has been nominated for 10 Emmy Awards for his eclectic compositional work on CBS’s Guiding Light, which holds the record as the longest running TV show in American history. He has written music for well-known programs such as Dancing With the Stars, American Idol, Good Morning America (theme), Bloomberg Radio (theme), Access Hollywood, The 700 Club, and others. He also contributed music to the soundtracks of No Country For Old Men (2007 Paramount), Bowfinger (1999 Universal), Legally Blonde (2001 MGM), and Panic (2000).

Chieli Minucci Jazz Monthlycom Interview with Chieli Minucci

Minucci is known as a composer for television and film and has been nominated for several Daytime Emmy Awards. He won awards in 1998, 2007, and 2008 for The Guiding Light. He has written music for Good Morning America (theme), Bloomberg Radio (theme), Access Hollywood, and The 700 Club.

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci Biography Albums Streaming Links AllMusic

Minucci composed and produced the soundtrack for the Live Nation/Nickelodeon live stage productions of the hit TV series, Dora the Explorer (both Dora's Pirate Adventure and The City of Lost Toys). He also wrote and recorded songs for the live stage production of the British children's television show, Thomas & Friends Live!Thomas Saves The Day! and A Circus Comes to Town.

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci

Minucci's Kickin' it Hard is featured as the hold music on Verizon's conference audio bridge system.

Awards and honors

Chieli Minucci Chieli Minucci Tickets Tour Dates 2017 Concerts Songkick
  • Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series, Daytime Emmy Awards, The Guiding Light, 1999, 2007, 2008
  • Stage

  • Composed and produced the soundtrack for the live tour productions of Dora's Pirate Adventure, The City of Lost Toys, Storytime Adventures, 2003–2015
  • Contributed to the score of Peter Pan, 2005
  • Wrote and recorded soundtrack for "Thomas Saves the Day", Thomas & Friends Live, 2007
  • References

    Chieli Minucci Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Bob Baldwin
    Gerald Veasley
    Marion Meadows
    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L