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Dom Capuano / Bio

Dom Capuano is an Italian-Born Los Angeles-Based composer and music producer.

He broke through as a producer and songwriter in the mid to late 1990s after crafting a string of hits for pop artists like the Eiffel 65, Da Blitz, the DJ Gabry Ponte and the German Pop Band of Karmah, also has collaborated with several international artist including: Jean Michel Jarre, Kool & The Gang, Laura Pausini, 883, Aqua. Zucchero, Nek, Andreas Johnson, Alphaville, Toni Braxton, S Club 7 and more..

His own sound is a mix of orchestral and electronical.

He studied music, in particular the doublebass at the G. Verdi Conservatory of Music in Turin Italy. He is also a piano player, composer and orchestral conductor. His musical career is divided into two parallel paths, in that the recordings and in the academic circuit.
Since the early 90's has established itself as a composer and record producer, music producer and is considered a "success, and in step with the times" due to its continuous research and experimental sound manic.
Over the years he has composed and produced some hits record, from the first Let Me Be (1993) Da Blitz of moving from the Eiffel 65 Move Your Body (2000) (for which she wrote, arranged and produced several tracks, including those who do not have age , San Remo 2003) to get to "Wale (Both Wale)" (2008) of DARI of which he is artistic producer.
In 1993 composed "Let me be" giving away so the career of the Da Blitz. (Maximum number 11 position). In 1994 and again for "Take My Way"
As a composer and arranger enters with the Da Blitz repeatedly in the Italian charts with "Let Me Be" and "Stay with Me" which eventually reached the position number 1. The Da Blitz will be in the standings again with the songs "Movin 'On", "Take Me Back", and "I Believe" )
3 times platinum with over 3 million copies sold in the U.S. (certified RIAA), 2 Platinum and 3 gold in Europe with over 1,500,000 copies (source: Bliss Corporation) for composing Move Your Body of Eiffel 65, in addition to other awards, reaching over 10 millions of copies worldwide. He also received gold discs wi the Blitthz, Gabry Ponte, Karmah (2 in Germany, 2 in UK, 6 in Italy including for the single "Let Me Be" from the Blitz, 1 France, 1 Spain).
The album of Europop Eiffel 65 gets Pos # 4 of the U.S. charts by selling a total of 3,800,000 copies also getting good reviews in the American press received the Grammy Awards Nomination in the 2001. World Music Award in Montecarlo in the 2000.
He has also collaborated, produced and remixed songs for numerous artists of national and international level including: Jean Michel Jarre, Kool & The Gang, Laura Pausini, 883, Max Pezzali, Aqua. Zucchero, Nek, Andreas Johnson, Alphaville, Toni Braxton, S Club 7, The Country Cousins, Little Tony.
Collaborated to the production of 2 albums of the DJ Gabry Ponte, "Doctor Jekyll and Mr. DJ" and "Gabry Ponte" both released by Universal Italy, entering the national rankings.
In 'Summer 2007 knew the Dari that begin an artistic collaboration as artistic producer and co-author of the songs, so a little later in February 2008 with DARI achieves Success with the song "Wale (Both Wale)". After the success of Wale with Dari and to 'label' Fondazione Sonora" received some awards including: Award of the 2008 Meeting of Independent Labels, Clips Italian Prize in 2008 as" Newcomer of the Year Video "for" Wale "of Dari. The DARI also won 2 MTV TRL Awards in 2008 as "Best New Artist" and 2009 "Best Look).
In 2010 Capuano has produced the "Salentino" Rock band the "Fonokit" whereby in 2011 receive positive critics.
Hollywood and Bollywood film scoring
In the 2011 moved in Los Angeles.

General Info

Band Members
Domenico Mimmo Capuano
Artist Name
Dom Capuano
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Electronica / Soundtrack / Pop

Contact Info

Los Angeles, CA

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