Who are The Amplifier Heads?
Amplifier Heads are those who hear everything loud.
One such amplifier head is Salvatore Baglio a New England based songwriter, musician and recording artist.
Sal was born when Elvis was king.
Watched Ed Sullivan show February 9, 1964
Beatles were king.
Formed The Stompers 1977
Signed to Boardwalk Records
Hit Billboard Top 100 the same week Boardwalk Records files bankruptcy
Signed to Mercury Polygram and then promptly vanished into the cut out bin of obscurity.
His songs appear in movies and television such as John Sayles Return of Secaucus Seven,
Adam Sandler’s Grown Ups 1 and 2, Permanent Midnight with Ben Stiller and the cult classic Fraternity Vacation.
As both session and live guitarist Sal Baglio performs with 3 time Grammy winning artist Tom Hambridge and has worked with artists such as Andy Pratt and Chandler Travis.
“Loudah” is his new record featuring 10 songs and clocking in at a whopping 28 minutes.
Recorded, mixed and co-produced by 3 time Grammy Award winner Mr. Ducky Carlisle who also played drums and percussion exceptionally loud.
GUITARS/VOCALS/BASS: Sal Baglio
DRUMS: Ducky Carlisle
BARITONE SAX: Paul Ahlstrand
ADDITIONAL BASS: Jeff Keithline, Brad Hallen
ADDITIONAL DRUMS: Marty Richards
BACKING VOCALS: Paul Armstrong and Margie Finer
Artwork by Jim Zaccaria.