Graham Stack (record producer)

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Graham Stack
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Stack at the Metrophonic Studio in London
Background information
Genres House, Dance, Technopop, Dancepop
Occupations Producer/ Writer / Remixer / Musical Director
Associated acts James Arthur, JLS, Kylie Minoque, Take That, Lean Rimes, Tina Turner, Girls Aloud, Atomic Kitten, Steps, Westlife, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, Il Divo and Natalie Cole.

GRAHAM STACK is an English born record producer and songwriter who has written and produced hit records for many artists including James Arthur,[1] JLS, Kylie Minoque,[2] Take That,[3] Lean Rimes,[4] Tina Turner,[5] Girls Aloud, Atomic Kitten, Steps, Westlife, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, Il Divo and Natalie Cole Natalie Cole.[6]

Stack has also remixed a number of singles including the Latino version of "Can't Fight The Moonlight"[4] for LeAnn Rimes which sold over 1 million copies and was a pan European hit.

Stack has worked as a music producer and music director on The X Factor UK and The X Factor USA as well as on Britain's Got Talent[7] and America's Got Talent.

Early career[edit]

Stack was fascinated by music from an early age and played guitar in a school band with drummer Tim Goldsmith (Go West, Alison Moyet, Joan Armitrading). Stack got his first break when he was signed to Zomba Music Publishing[8] as a writer and Zomba Management as a record producer. He worked with Take That[3] during this period and had access to the Battery studio complex where he learnt from other Zomba producers including Mutt Lange. He was then signed by Brian Rawling to independent publisher Rive Droite scoring hits with Kylie Minoque,[2] Tina Turner,[5] Rod Stewart[9] and Steps[10] before moving to Metrophonic his current home.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Remixes[edit]

Albums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b James Arthur "Impossible" (UK number 1, fastest selling X Factor single)
  2. ^ a b c Kylie Minogue "On a Night Like This" (UK number 2, Australian number 1)
  3. ^ a b c Take That "Promises" (UK top 40)
  4. ^ a b c LeAnn Rimes "Can't Fight The Moonlight" (Radio remix and single version. Over 1 million sales)
  5. ^ a b c Tina Turner "When The Heartache Is Over" (UK and European top 10)
  6. ^ "Livin' for Love" (Billboard Dance chart number 1)
  7. ^ The Sun
  8. ^ Zomba Music Publishing
  9. ^ Rod Stewart "Human"
  10. ^ a b "Gold Greatest Hits" (1.2 million)
  11. ^ (also known as the "Latino Mix") Billboard
  12. ^ PR Newswire

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