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Carlos Alomar (born in Puerto Rico) is a guitarist who is perhaps most recognized for his work with David Bowie. Alomar collaborated on Bowie's American #1 single "Fame", and joined Bowie on two concert tours in the 1970s, as well as the record-breaking Serious Moonlight tour and the Glass Spider tour in the 1980s.
He is credited with discovering Luther Vandross. [1] He has performed with a number of other famous musicians including Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Chuck Berry, James Brown and Argentine Rock en Espaņol Legends Soda Stereo. In all, Alomar has played on a total of 32 gold and platinum albums. He is currently the director of Boombacker Records. He is also the president of the New York chapter of The Recording Academy [2], the organization responsible for the Grammy Awards. Alomar is married to singer Robin Clark, with whom he has a daughter, Lea. Alomar collaborated with Scissor Sisters for their sophomore album Tah-Dah, and one track from these recording sessions, "Transistor", featured his wife and daughter on backing vocals.

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