17 June 1954 |
Stoke Newington, Hackney, London, England
|Genres||Jazz fusion, soul, funk, rock|
|Occupations||Record producer, songwriter, musician, mixer|
|Labels||Sony Canada, EMI, Ensign Records|
David Bendeth (born 17 June 1954) is a multi-platinum award-winning record producer. He was born in London, England and then moved to Toronto as a teenager. He has worked with acts such as Paramore, Papa Roach, Killswitch Engage, In Flames, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Underoath, Breaking Benjamin, Jann Klose, Cavo, Taking Back Sunday, The Almost, Emery, Hawthorne Heights, Forever the Sickest Kids, Chiodos, Vertical Horizon, As I Lay Dying, All Time Low, Bruce Hornsby, Hedley, Kaiser Chiefs, There for Tomorrow, Our Last Night, Drowning Pool, Mayday Parade, A Day to Remember, Four Year Strong, The Rouge, Fictionist, Bring Me the Horizon, Of Mice & Men.
Bendeth also won the Socan songwriting award in Canada on November 21, 2011 for co-writing the Hedley song "Perfect." The song garnered the most airplay for the previous year in the category rock/pop.
In 2005, Bendeth took over Whitney Houston's studio and named it House of Loud on the suggestion of Ben Burnley of Breaking Benjamin. The studio became active as a production house and mixing room. It is still active today with state of the art equipment, and has spawned many hit records.
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