Eli Janney (musician)

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Eli Janney is an American record producer and engineer born in Washington, D.C.. Janney plays bass and keyboards, as well as singing backing vocals in indie rock/post-hardcore band Girls Against Boys. He currently plays keyboard and sometimes leads the 8G band on the Late Night with Seth Meyers show on NBC.[1] He is also the co-host of SonicScoop's InputOutput Podcast, along with Geoff Sanoff of the band Edsel[2][3]

Biography[edit]

Janney was born in Washington DC and started with recording bands of which Jawbox was one of the first. During this period he was active as a musician for Girls Against Boys he pursued recording artists like Brainiac, Enon, Skeleton Key, Hooverphonic, Melissa Auf der Maur, Ryan Adams, Every Move A Picture, The Rapture. When Girls Against Boys became inactive after 2003 he became a full-time recording and remixing artist for bands like James Blunt, Voicst, Nicole Atkins, Satellite Party, Future Kings of Spain and others.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Schweitzer, Ally. "Eli Janney Drafted for Seth Meyers' Late Night Band". Washington City Paper. 
  2. ^ "InputOutput Podcast on iTunes". Apple, iTunes. Retrieved 2013-05-25. 
  3. ^ Colletti, Justin. "Scientist and SonicScoop Launch New Podcast Series, "InputOutput"".