Emery Dobyns

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Emery Dobyns is an American record producer, engineer mixer and songwriter, formerly based in Manhattan in New York City, but now based in Nashville.

Dobyns has recorded and mixed for the likes of Patti Smith, Antony & The Johnsons and Battles. More recently, he has produced, recorded and mixed albums by Noah & The Whale, Travis, Mt. Desolation, Chief, and Fran Healy.[1][2] Other artists he has worked with include: Sia Furler, Leona Naess, Young Rival, Black Crowes, O.D.B., P. Diddy, Scarlett Johansson,[3] and Parlour Tricks.

In 2008 Dobyns won a Grammy award for engineering Beauty & Crime by Suzanne Vega.[4]

Dobyns also has an original musical project (with Samuel Dixon) called Make & Model, in which he writes and sings.

Selected co-writes include "Tell That Devil" (featured on Nashville (2012 TV series)), "Alone Together" (with Jamie Lidell and featured on Grey's Anatomy) and "Hold The Phone" (with Tor Miller.)


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