Tony Bongiovi

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Tony Bongiovi
Birth name Anthony C. Bongiovi
Born (1947-09-07) September 7, 1947 (age 71)
Raritan, New Jersey, United States
Occupation(s) Record producer, Recording Engineer, Electrical & Acoustical Engineer, Innovator
Years active 1965–present
Labels Jive

Anthony C. "Tony" Bongiovi (born September 7, 1947)[1] is an American record producer and recording engineer. He has produced records by Gloria Gaynor, Talking Heads, Aerosmith (Classics Live), and the Ramones (Rocket to Russia and Leave Home).[2] Early in his career, as an engineer, he worked the console for a number of sessions with Jimi Hendrix, as well as some of Hendrix's posthumous releases under producer Alan Douglas.[2]

In 1977, Bongiovi and his partner Bob Walters built The Power Station recording studio, a recording studio renown as one of the finest acoustic environments for recording in the world.[3] He is the Managing Director and co-founder of Bongiovi Acoustics.

He is a cousin of Jon Bon Jovi, who is the lead singer of the band Bon Jovi.[2]

Production and Engineering credits


Others produced


  1. ^ Tony Bongiovi, Retrieved 25 March 2017
  2. ^ a b c "Tony Bongiovi - Credits - AllMusic".
  3. ^ samples, Electronic Musician - featuring gear reviews, audio tutorials, loops and. "Five Questions: Tony Bongiovi".
  4. ^ [1] Production Section

External links

  • Tony Bongiovi Interview NAMM Oral History Library (2017)
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