Skidd Mills

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Skidd Mills is a songwriter/producer based in Nashville, Tennessee. Skidd began his career at Ardent Studios in 1991. There he learned from the likes of John Hampton, Joe Hardy, Jim Dickenson, and Paul Ebersold. In 2001, Skidd left Ardent and started 747 Studios with partner Paul Ebersold. It was there that Skiddco Music was started. In 2009, Skidd moved his operation to Nashville TN. His studio now resides at The Sound Kitchen in Franklin TN. Skidd has spent his career as a songwriter, producer, mixer, and engineer.

In 2005 Skidd started Skiddco Music LLC. The production company’s first signing was Mississippi rock act Saving Abel. After developing and writing with the band, Skiddco Music teamed up with Virgin Records and released their first self-titled CD. The CD was certified gold, and the first single, “Addicted” sold over 2 million.[1] Other acts on Skiddco Music include Tetanus (Bieler Bros.), Brent James, Deepfield, and Lish Gates.

Awards[edit]

Skidd has won multiple Grammy Awards along with having multiple Grammy nominations. In 2010, Skidd won a BMI Pop Award for “most played song” for co-writing Saving Abel’s "Addicted".[2] Skidd has multiple Dove nominations.

Selected Discography[edit]

• Skillet – Collide (2003)

• Sister Hazel – Lift (2004)

• Saliva – Survival of the Sickest (2005)

• Third Day – Wire (2005)

• Rev Theory – Truth Is Currency (2005)

• Kutless – Strong Tower (2005)

• Deepfield – Archetypes and Repetition (2006)

• 12 Stones – Anthem for the Underdog (2007)

• Submersed – Immortal Verses (2007)

• Saving Abel – Saving Abel (2008)

• Pillar – Confessions (2009)

• Sick Puppies – Tri-Polar (2009)

• Tetanus – Such a Loser (2010)

• Saving Abel – Miss America (2010)

• Since October – Life, Scars, Apologies (2010)

Taddy PorterTaddy Porter (2010)

• Brent James & the Contraband - Moment of Silence (2011)

• Egypt Central – White Rabbit (2011)

Madam AdamMadam Adam (2011)

• 12 Stones - Only Human (2012)

Charm City Devils - Sins (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gold & Platinum – Saving Abel". Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Retrieved July 10, 2013. 
  2. ^ "BMI Pop Awards 2010". BMI. May 19, 2010. Retrieved July 10, 2013. 

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