美国著名电视音乐音乐制作人、作曲家、词曲创作者、音乐记者、吉他演奏家。曾担任欧洲Sanremo Music Festival音乐指导。为美国数十个大受欢迎电视节目、纪录片制作音乐，制作影视音乐项目有E! News, World Poker Tour, WPT Alpha8等。
Simone Sello (born July 4, 1968) is a renowned guitarist, music producer, songwriter and music journalist. He is known for his work with the Sanremo Festival Orchestra, Chicanery, Billy Sheehan, Aaron Carter, Disney, Hannah Montana, Vasco Rossi, Amber Lily, and Warren Cuccurullo, both as a producer and guitarist; and as a journalist for the magazines Chitarre, Strumenti Musicali, Accordo and Ganzo.
His musical upbringing is based on classical violin studies. His influences include major classical and jazz composers and performers. Equally interested in performing, composing and producing music, Simone started getting hired to play guitar for recording sessions and live performances by artists in his hometown Rome when he was 17 years old, and eventually became known on a national level. While building a long list of musical collaborations, he started writing articles for magazines, thus achieving a different kind of exposure, still in the music field.
In 1997 he moved to Los Angeles, California. He met the bass player Billy Sheehan, with whom he started a long collaboration. After playing and programming Billy Sheehan's first two solo records (Compression in 2001 - which features Steve Vai and drummer Terry Bozzio - and Cosmic Troubadour in 2005) he produced Billy`s third record, entitled Holy Cow (2009), which also includes guest appearances by Billy Gibbons, Paul Gilbert and Doug Pinnick. Meanwhile, he had joined pop star Aaron Carter`s live band, with whom he appeared in several US TV shows, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Donnie & Marie; he also appears in the live DVD Aaron`s Party (2002) along with Aaron`s brother Nick Carter, from Backstreet Boys. In 2014, he plays guitars in Cristina Scuccia's debut album (also known as Suor Cristina or Sister Christina), along with other LA musicians, such as Vinnie Colaiuta and Tim Pierce.