DAMON VICKERS - EARLY CAREER

Growing up, Damon Vickers developed a great passion for music. He grew up in the Queens area of New York City where he sang with the Oakland children's chorus and later attended Laguardia High School of Music and Art as a voice major.

Damon Vickers | Manny's MusicWhen he turned 18, Damon Vickers began his early career with a job at Manny's Music, a legendary and well known music shop in New York. Vickers worked as a salesman in the electronic music department. Under this role, he had the opportunity to sell equipment to many famous or upcoming artists and actors including:

  • Will Smith
  • Cuba Gooding Jr
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Annie Lenox
  • Carly Simon
  • Iggy Pop
  • James Taylor
  • LL Cool J
  • Jayzee
  • Los Lobos
  • Robert Klein
  • Pattie Lupone

Damon Vickers had many great experiences while working at Manny's Music shop. It was while he was working here that Vickers found an interest in the investment business, eventually gaining the inspiration and motivation to write his best selling book, "The Day After The Dollar Crashes"

Continuing his career and further gaining expertise in his industry, Damon Vickers began hosting his own talk radio show The Damon Vickers Show. The Damon Vickers Show was a nationally syndicated radio program that ran five days a week and featured topics in the realm of investing, banking, and business. Additionally, Vickers made numerous guest appearances on other shows including the Business Talk Radio Network and the Bill Bresnan Show.

Growing off of his time and experience in talk radio, Damon Vickers gained over 25 years of experience in banking as a growth investor and trend follower. Vickers is known for coining the phrase, "Placing Capital in the Path of Social Change". 

Listed below are some of the interviews Damon Vickers completed on televsion networks and news channels related to his field of expertise

You can learn more about Damon Vickers and his long, successful career expanded in a diverse range of industries from music, to radio, to banking, to writing on Social Career Builder: http://socialcareerbuilder.com/damon-vickers/.