Multi-Emmy Awards and Grammy Award recipient Tommy Vicari is one of Hollywood’s most respected recording engineers & music mixers. The list of his sonic achievements is eclectic and archives over 40 years of history in music.
Since 1969, Tommy has recorded music for every genre of the entertainment industry. From Billy Preston to producing Prince debut record, “For You”, to George Duke, Gino Vanelli, Joe Cocker, Santana, Paul Williams, Billy Idol, Quincy Jones, Joni Mitchell, Jeffrey Osborne, Phillip Bailey, Barbara Streisand, Sammy Nestico and Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, to name a few.
From live mixing on the Academy Award™ television shows for the last eighteen years, to recording and mixing scores on some of Hollywood’s most acclaimed films.
His television credits includes “Six Feet Under”, “The Newsroom”, “Angels in America” and the latest television series “Years of Living Dangerously”. His mixing on “Behind the Candelabra” was 2013’s recipient of an Emmy Award as well as a Cinema Audio Society Award for excellence in sound mixing.
His film credits begin with the cult classic Brian DiPalma’s “Phantom of the Paradise”, to Pixar’s multi-Academy Awards, “Finding Nemo” & “Wall-E” (2009 Academy Award® nominee for sound mixing). Working besides Thomas Newman for the last eighteen years accomplishing Saving Mr. Banks, He Named Me Malala, Bridge of Spies, The Big Short and Finding Dory for Pixar.

With 7 Emmy’s [9 Nominations], 2 Grammy’s [3 Nominations] & the 2014 Cinema Audio Society [CAS] winner for “Behind The Candelabra”, the man has “earned the right to sit in the chair”….