Steve Addabbo

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Steve Addabbo
Steve Addabbo at Shelter Island Sound, NYC
Background information
Born (1950-09-07) September 7, 1950 (age 63)
Bronx, New York
Genres Rock, folk, country, pop
Occupations Music producer, songwriter, audio engineer, guitarist, studio owner
Years active 1972–present

Steve Addabbo is a Grammy nominated producer, musician, songwriter and audio engineer who helped launch[1] the careers of Suzanne Vega, and Shawn Colvin. He had a vital hand in Vega's smash hit single, Luka[2] and Colvin's Grammy winning Steady On.[3]

He has produced and/or engineered for artists[4] including Bobby McFerrin, Eric Andersen, Loudon Wainwright III, Jeff Buckley, Gary Lucas, Richard Barone, The Bongos, Richard Shindell, Ana Egge and The Stray Birds, Chiara Civello, Jane Olivor, Olivia Newton-John and Dar Williams.

Addabbo is also an acclaimed mix engineer who has, among other projects, mixed the latest Bob Dylan Bootleg 10 “Another Self Portrait”.[5]

He owns Shelter Island Sound Studios[6] located in Manhattan, New York.

Addabbo recorded his first full length album in 2013 which is slated for release in 2014, 14 songs written or co-written by him.

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