Dave Damiani is a Los Angeles based singer and musician who performs with his 17-piece No Vacancy Orchestra, his 10-piece No Vacancy Orchestra and his small group The Jazzadelics. They provide a unique and modern twist on a classic big band sound. Mr. Damiani was featured on the hit CBS drama Vegas starring Michael Chikilis, Sara Jones and Dennis Quaid. He recently went on a national tour with his latest record, Watch What Happens.
Having worked as a bartender at the famed Charlie O's Jazz Club in Valley Village, CA, Mr. Damiani had the opportunity to work, learn and become friends with some of the best musicians on the planet. Legends like Earl Palmer, Marty Harris, Ross Tompkins, Sam Most, Teddy Edwards, John Heard, Roy McCurdy, Frank Capp, Ernie McDaniel, Dini Clarke, Danny Grissett, George Gaffney, Mark Murphy and Richie Cole (just to name a few) took time to mentor Mr. Damiani, sharing stories and chord changes. Shortly after receiving his master's degree in Commercial Music from the California State University in Los Angeles, Mr. Damiani began his pursuit: to put together the perfect band with youth and style.
His debut album Watch What Happens has been receiving world-wide airplay. Brad "Martini" Chambers was the first to discover Dave Damiani's originality. He has been playing him constantly on www.martiniinthemorning.com since 2013. Also, Mr. Damiani is receiving airplay on over 300 radio stations and on Satellite Radio XM 71 (Siriusly Sinatra). His highly-anticipated next album Midlife Crisis has recently been released and features a never before recorded original song by Johnny Mandel and Marilyn & Alan Bergman called "I've Been Around."
Dave Damiani & his No Vacancy Orchestra have performed for Leonardo DiCaprio, David Spade, Ryan Seacrest, David Hasslehoff, Jack Klugman, Ryan Kavanaugh, Steve Tyrell, The Hearst Castle, Yoshi's - San Francisco, Catalina Jazz Club, The Ritz-Carlton, Marriott Corporation, Monster Energy Drink, Sergio "The Latin Snake" Mora, Eharmony, Apple Computers, Microsoft and many more.