Guitarist and composer John Chiodini began his performing career in clubs, recording studios and theaters throughout New England in the 1960’s and 1970’s. As a member of the Boston Pops Orchestra under Arthur Fiedler, John made numerous appearances in concerts and on recordings, including the long-running PBS television series “Evening At Pops”.

In the early 1980’s, he relocated to Los Angeles, touring, writing, and recording with Peggy Lee. His MCA recording entitled “Weightless” was critically acclaimed. He toured and recorded with Natalie Cole (“Unforgettable” tour). Other artists with whom John has toured and/or recorded include: Buddy DeFranco, Maynard Ferguson, Carl Andersen, Louis Bellson, Tony Bennett, Michael Bolton, Bob Caldwell, Celine Dion, Dr. John, Arthur Hamilton, Shirley Horn, Lainie Kazan, Hubert Laws, Barry Manilow, Rebecca Parris, Terry Harrington, Diane Schuur, Nina Simone, Barbra Streisand, Nancy Wilson, Michael Buble…

As a session player in Los Angeles, John has numerous Motion Picture and TV credits. John is the father of Carolyn Chiodini-Cable of “Spotlit with Carolyn Cable (1999)”_, and _”Carolyn Cable Show (2009)”_.

Author Since: Apr 26, 2018

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