Gary Katz is an American music producer, best known for his work on record albums by the group Steely Dan. Katz has also produced numerous other recording artists and assisted in the discovery and signing of a number of subsequently highly successful acts.
Katz had a joint venture with Interscope called Jake Records before moving to Warner Brothers as a producer and A & R man, where they enjoyed legendary success as a company and creating new artists. He was one of two people principally responsible for signing Prince, Dire Straits, Christopher Cross and Rickie Lee Jones and Root Boy Slim to Warner. He worked at the Burbank offices for six years, then at the New York offices for another four, alongside Jerry Wexler.