Joe Barrucco

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Joe Barrucco
Background information
Birth name Joe Anthony Barrucco
Born Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation(s) record producer, composer, sound editor
Years active 2000–present
Website Timeline Audio [8]

Joe Barrucco, born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a Canadian record producer, film composer and sound editor. In 2000, Barrucco at the age of 19 entered into the music industry as an electronic record producer for "Tycoon Records",[1] Distributed by Sony BMG Music. At present he has a sustainable career as a record producer, sound designer and film composer for films, commercials and video games.

Early career[edit]

As an record producer In 2001, Joe Barrucco wrote and produced the song entitled Raise The Roof which was feature in the EA Sports game "NHL 2002".,[2] The song also appeared on Don Cherry's Hockey Hits.[3]

Between 2002 and 2004, Joe had songs he wrote and produced nominated for three Juno Awards for Best Dance Recording of the Year, most notably the song I Know performed by Audrey[4]

At the age of 23, In 2004 and 2005, he produced an album for Samantha Fox, entitled Angel with an Attitude.[5]

In 2005, Joe Barrucco sound edited and scored the music for his first film project, directed and written by Jeff Barnaby called From Cherry English,[6] which was selected to be a part of the Sundance Film Festival.[7]

In 2006, Joe Barrucco completed sound and musical production on the theater play entitled J.O.B the Hip-Hopera[8] which earned him a Los Angeles Ovation Award nomination for best sound design.[9]

2009 -Present Career[edit]

In 2009, Joe Barrucco provided the complete sound edit on his first feature-length film entitled The Sky Has Fallen: Which went on to win the best horror feature at the 2009 Global Independent Film Awards.[10]

In 2010, Joe Barrucco sound edited and scored the music for the film File Under Miscellaneous which was nominated for a Genie Award for Best Live Action Short Drama.[11]

In 2010, Joe Barrucco sound edited and provided vocal production on The Legend of Beaver Dam: The film received several accolades within the film festival circuit and was honored at the 2010 Sundance film festival and received the Sundance Short Film-making Award[12]

In 2010, The song Possible performed by Ketsia written and produced by Barrucco was ranked as one of the highest selling songs in Québec.[13]

In 2012, Joe Barrucco was the supervising sound editor on the film Extracted, Starring Sasha Roiz which received a South by Southwest (SXSW) audience nomination.[14]

In 2013, Joe Barrucco was the supervising sound editor on the film Cheap Thrills, which received the South by Southwest (SXSW) audience award[15]

In 2014, Barrucco's music score in which he co-composed with Jeff Barnaby for the film Rhymes For Young Ghouls received a Jutra nomination[16]

In 2014, Joe Barrucco sound edited and provided vocal production on the film Stage Fright Starring Minnie Driver and Meat Loaf. The Film received an audience award nomination at South by Southwest (SXSW).[17]

In 2015, Joe Barrucco scored the music for a Chevy Chase Christmas film entitled Shelby[18] John Paul Ruttan received a "Young Artist Award" for his role as Jake[19]


Joe Barrucco is married and has a son.

His brother Vince Barrucco, is a radio personality on The Beat 92.5[20] Montréal under the alias of Cousin Vinny.


  1. ^ [1] "Tycoon Records"
  2. ^ NHL-2002 credits
  3. ^ Raise The Roof, Don Cherry's Hockey Hits,
  4. ^ [2] "I Know" -Audrey
  5. ^ [3] Angel with an Attitude -Samantha Fox
  6. ^ [4] From Cherry English Imdb
  7. ^ Sundance Film Festival
  8. ^ “J.O.B the Hip-Hopera Ovation Awards”
  9. ^ Ovation Award
  10. ^ The Sky Has Fallen
  11. ^ Brown, Todd. "Watch Jeff Barnaby's Award Winning FILE UNDER MISCELLANEOUS". Retrieved 17 December 2015. 
  12. ^ The Legend of Beaver Dam's Accolades
  13. ^ Statistics Québec
  14. ^ SXSW 2012 award nominations
  15. ^ [5] Cheap Thrills SXSW audience award winner
  16. ^ Jutra nomination
  17. ^ [6] Stage Fright audience award nomination
  18. ^ Shelby The Dog
  19. ^ [7] Young Artist Award
  20. ^ The Beat 92.5

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