Veronica Nashville Music Producer
Veronica Bozza Nashville music producer was known for Can You Duet? (2008), Gary Allan: Live from the House of Blues (2010) and Blake Shelton Live: It’s All About Tonight (2010). Her life was cut tragically short in 2010 at the age of 39.
Can You Duet? (2008)
Can You Duet is an American reality-competition show on CMT. The show was produced by FremantleMedia, the same company that produces American Idol. The show premiered on April 14, 2008, and the first season ended on June 13, 2008.
Gary Allan: Live from the House of Blues (2010)
Gary Allan: Live from the House of Blues is a live concert film featuring country music artist Gary Allan. It was filmed during his performance at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California in 2010. The concert includes some of his biggest hits such as “Watching Airplanes,” “Life Ain’t Always Beautiful,” and “Right Where I Need to Be.” The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in 2011.
Blake Shelton Live: It’s All About Tonight (2010)
Blake Shelton delivers an up-close-and-personal view of his amped-up concerts, complete with behind-the-scenes footage that showcases his rollicking sense of humor. The DVD features rowdy performances from his previous seven albums including various No. 1 hits, as well as a special guest appearance by Miranda Lambert. Also includes the “Honey Bee” and “God Gave Me You” music videos.
What Skills Do You Need To Be A Music Producer?
To become a music producer, you need skills in music theory, composition, arrangement, sound design, recording techniques, mixing and mastering, communication, and project management. Additionally, having knowledge of music software and technology is also important.
Veronica Nashville Music Producer
There was a true-crime docuseries “An Unexpected Killer” that featured an episode on the case of late TV producer Veronica Bozza, She was born on March 31, 1971, in Milan and was found shot dead in her Tennessee home in 2010. While her soon-to-be-ex-husband was initially suspected, detectives later questioned other suspects and an unexpected break in the case revealed the truth about what happened to Bozza.
One of Veronica’s colleagues, Kendall Bard, described her as “a gentle soul with a huge heart.” “Whenever she saw you, she would just sweep you off of your feet and give you this huge hug — like squeeze you,” Bard recalled. “She gave the best hugs. She really took care of her crew.”
There was a hideous custody battle apparently between Veronica and her estranged husband.
She was apparently a thriving TV producer and a doting mother to a nine-year-old.
Veronica Nashville Music Producer – Day Of Her Murder
Brian Robinson was on the scene and she seemed to be thriving at work. However, on Aug. 29, 2010, Bozza and her 9-year-old son attended Mass at St. Edward’s Catholic Church. Records show that she met her estranged husband Timothy outside the church to exchange custody of their son.
Bozza, whilst at home spoke to Robinson and he said he was going to come over to the house. However, when he arrived, Bozza was already dead and she had two gunshot wounds to the head, as well as one on the right shoulder and mid-back. Abrasions were also found on her body.
With the divorce pending between the pair, they were under a court order to maintain a $350,000 life insurance policy with the other spouse listed as the beneficiary. Bozza was “financially successful,” and Timothy Bozza was said to be having issues.
Only 3 days later, after Bozza’s death, Timothy filed a claim. Coy Cotham and Timothy Bozza were later convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison.
Summary – Veronica Nashville Music Producer
Veronica’s life was drastically cut short and it was one of such potential. It was such a bleak and undeserved end to the music producer’s life. Her credits show what talent she did have in the industry and I’m sure she would have succeeded much further if she was still alive today.