Touring and New York City/Metro Area
With over 30 years of live sound engineering and production, Tom Young began his career in the casino theater market in Atlantic City. He has worked on system design projects worldwide and consulted on numerous sound installations, most recently the redesign of the sound system at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Young is currently the audio system design consultant for the St. George Theatre in Staten Island, NY and the new Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Astoria, Queens (NY). He spent 12 years as the front-of-house engineer for Frank Sinatra, and for the past 14 years, he has had the distinction of mixing all live concerts and recording projects for Tony Bennett.
Young has published hundreds of articles in various audio trade publications and is featured in the book, Crank It Up: Interviews with the Top Touring Sound Engineers. In 2002, he received a Grammy Award for engineering on Tony Bennett’s Playing with My Friends. In 2007, he was the recipient of a Parnelli Award for Front of House Mixer of the Year. A member of AES, NARAS and NSCA, Young is a managing partner of sound company, ACIR Professional in New Jersey (www.acirpro.com).