Producer/ Mix Engineer / Composer / and Guitarist Chris Leon began his musical career in Germany at the age of four, when he started playing violin and piano.
At the age of seven Chris started playing classical guitar. By his eleventh birthday he was performing all over his hometown.
He then began to explore other genres such as Jazz, RnB and Pop.
Chris started playing with his own band at different venues around Munich on a weekly basis.
Soon after, he was performing at different locations in Germany (such as Musikmesse Frankfurt), as well as on TV (VIVA, MTV)
At the age of 16 Chris was chosen out of hundreds of applicants as a Young-Student at the world famous “Richard Strauss Conservatory” in Munich as the guitar principal.
At the same time he started working as a recording assistant and session musician in different recording studios in Munich and began composing for different pop bands and producing them.
After graduating from high school Chris moved to New York to work with Grammy winning producer Fran Cathcart (producer for Les Paul, Mariah Carey, etc) at Eastside Sound in Manhattan.
Later Chris studied at the renowned Berklee College of Music.
At the age of 25 he started his own Production Company and Studio in NYC, Chris Leon Productions LLC.
Since then Chris has been working as a producer, writer, mix- and recording engineer for people like Melanie Lynx, Justin Stein, Hoddie Allen, Bruno Boehmer Camacho (Sony), New York Gypsy AllStars, Grammy winning producer Bob Cutarella, and many more.
Bruno Boehmer Camacho
The 25-year-old German-Colombian pianist Bruno Böhmer Camacho is already one of the most important Latin American artists in Germany. Since 2010 he is also a pianist of the band success Klazzbrothers & Cuba Percussion ("Classic Meets Cuba"). With "Nostalgic Vision" Now, his first album for Sony Classical. The music on it is characterized by beautiful melodies, steeped in a nostalgic moment, combining Caribbean jazz with pop-oriented sounds. Among the twelve tracks, in which Bruno Böhmer Camacho sings in some cases, can be found next to sensitive ballads and two covers: a lively interpretation of Sting's "Fragile" and "Poinciana" a classic of Ahmad Jamal. Bruno Böhmer Camacho grew up in Columbia and later studied piano in Essen and modified on the Berklee College in Boston. Together with his band mates Juan Camillo Villa (bass) and Rodrigo Villalón (drums), Bruno Böhmer Camacho comes in the fall of 2011 on tour with concerts in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Dresden, Augsburg.Website
Dame Un Ranzon
Melanie Lynx merges the pop songwriting of Katy Perry with the live show energy of Dave Grohl. After performing 350+ shows as the lead singer of New England's premier wedding band, as well as performances at the Apollo Theater, Carnegie Hall, and making it onto Season 10 of American Idol, Melanie guarantees to entertain, from the moment she walks on stage to when you're humming her hooks on your car ride home.Facebook | Twitter | YouTube