It's with good reason that Michael Boddicker is considered one of the most prolific, innovative and experienced artists in music today. This is made crystal clear by perusing a list of a few of his colleagues that call on his talents:
John Williams, Thomas Newman, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, David Foster, Barbra Streisand, Maurice Jarre, Burt Bacharach, Lionel Ritchie, Celine Dion, Diana Ross, Earth Wind and Fire, Randy Newman, Sting, Whitney Houston, Bob Seger, Randy Newman, Chicago, Julio Iglesias, and many others.
Here's a short list of hits to which he has lent his considerable talents:
Earth, Wind & Fire's "Let's Groove Tonight;" USA For Africa’s “We Are The World;” Whitney Houston's “Greatest Love Of All;” Barbra Streisand’s “Somewhere;” Michael Jackson's "Thriller," "Bad," & "Black or White;" Randy Newman's "Short People, & "I Love LA;" and the Pointer Sisters' "He's So Fine," naming only a few.
You've heard his work in tons of Film and TV, including:
"Close Encounters Of The 3rd Kind," "Witness," "Parenthood," "The Natural," "Fatal Attraction," "The Right Stuff," "Broadcast News," "Little Shop Of Horrors," “The Bodyguard,” "Roots," - the list goes on and on!
Alongside his three Grammy Awards, Boddicker holds the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences "Most Valuable Player Emeritus" Award and was the winner of Keyboard Magazine's Reader's Poll Award - "Best Studio Synthesist" (twice), as well as "Best Session Player."
In addition to all of the above (!), Boddicker composed the score to the cult classic, "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the 8th Dimension."
In demand as a producer, composer, synthesist, sound designer and songwriter - it's no wonder!