Tony Visconti has been described as one of the most important producers in the history of rock. Contributing to the creation of iconic records such as “Bang a Gong (Get It On)” and “Cosmic Dancer” by T. Rex, David Bowie’s “Young Americans,” “Heroes,” and “The Man Who Sold The World,” The Moody Blues’ “Your Wildest Dreams” and “I Know You’re Out There Somewhere,” along with many more, have secured his place in Rock ‘n Roll history.
This past year, Tony remixed music for the new David Bowie film Moonage Daydream, produced the new Paul Simonon (The Clash) feat. Galen Ayres album, mixed new music by Kris Singh, mixed the David Bowie 50th Anniversary Space Oddity album in Dolby Atmos, arranged and conducted strings for Kelly Reilly‘s “Happiness Lasts,” and produced the new Daphne Guinness album.
Tony’s autobiography, Bowie, Bolan, and the Brooklyn Boy (Harper Collins UK) is an evocative, brilliant overview of Visconti’s life, musical beginnings, and adventures in London with David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Thin Lizzy, Paul McCartney, and so much more.
C|Net – January 2022
The Times – August 2020
Rock & Roll Globe – May 2020
The West Morland Gazzette – September 2019
Hot Press – September 2019
Ultimate Classic Rock – July 2019
APP – April 2019
Stereogum – November 2018
Consequence Of Sound – June 2018
Irish Times – January 2018
NME – November 2017
Esquire – October 2017
Grateful Web – July 2017
The Guardian – January 2017
Justin Hayward – June 2014
Rolling Stone France – December 2011