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Added on Aug 17, 2010

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Chris Camozzi was born in 1957 in San Mateo, California to musical parents. By the age of 7 he was playing guitar, singing and performing at local events. At the age of 10 he was the lead guitarist and vocalist for his own band, appearing on television, radio and at theme parks from Marine World to Knotts Berry Farm. His high school years led him to the top guitar spot in the honored "Professionals of Tomorrow" jazz band which has spawned such artists as NeiISchoen (Joumey) and Michael Shrieve (Santana). Due to his extended involvement in orchestra, jazz band and choir, Chris received the outstanding musicanship award and placement in the nationally published book "Who's Who in American High School Music". After school he hit the road playing the Reno, Tahoe, Las Vegas circuit where he picked up the bass, synthesizers and drums as secondary instruments. Chris returned to the Bay Area to join Marty Balin the ex-lead vocalist of the Jefferson Starship. After this he free-lanced backing up such artists as the Smothers Brothers, Bobby Vinton, Maureen McGovern and Diane Caroll. Chris then turned his energies towards the recording studio and soon became a busy session musician playing on radio and TV commercials for Pacific Bell, Safeway, Clorox, Hunt/Wesson, Bordens, Olympic Stain, Levi's and Taco Bell. Along with doing jingles he appeared on albums by George Benson, Whitney Houston, Yoko Oginome, Pia Zadora, Michael Bolton, Mariah Carey, Barbara Streisand, Regina Belle ...

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