Grammy winner mixer-producer Benny Faccone began as an assistant
engineer at the legendary A&M studios in the early 80’s recording
artists like Maria Conchito and Juan Juan who were drawn to Herb
Alpert’s latin label, A&M Discos and the studios’ creative environment.
Benny left A&M to start his engineering career in 86’ working
with Luis Miguel, KC Porter, Ricky Martin, and Anna Gabriel. Today
Benny is a sought after mixer/producer who travels to different
corners of the world including Spain, Mexico and Brazil and gets
to work at some of the best music.
Benny’s credit history is rich with diverse artists
like: Boyz II Men, Jeffrey Osborne, Sting, Ricardo Arjona, Reba
McEntire, Selina, Nat King Cole, USA For Africa, Liz Story, Barbra
Streisand, Rocio Banquells, Luis Enrique, Dizzy Gillespie, Stevie
Wonder, Nancy Wilson, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Brandon Fields, Jose
Jose, Manahattan Transfer, Robi Rosa, Julio Iglasias and Mana.
Also see: AllMusicBennyFaccone
Current credits: Benny won his 8th Grammy this year for Joan Sebastian's Vivo and has
been producing projects including Mexican Latin/rock band La Gusana
Ciega and Argentinean threesome Sosa Stereo who received a deserved
tribute by rock en español. Faccone recorded Julio Iglasias
Noche de Cuatro, Mana's Revolución de Amor Lunas and mixed
Lola Lolita Lola for Lolita and recorded and mixed tracks for Ricky
Martin's Coleccion de Oro in 2002.
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