Gregg Wattenberg

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Gregg Wattenberg is a songwriter, music producer, and musician residing in New York City, New York. [1][2]

Gregg Wattenberg co-wrote and produced Phillip Phillips' #1 hit single "Gone, Gone, Gone". Wattenberg co-produced Train's #1 hit single "Hey, Soul Sister". He also co-wrote and co-produced Train's #1 hit single "If It's Love". He co-wrote the Daughtry #1 hit single "It's Not Over", O.A.R.'s #1 song "Shattered (Turn the Car Around)", and Goo Goo Dolls Top 10 Single "Let Love In". Wattenberg produced Five for Fighting's #1 hit singles "Superman (It's Not Easy)" and "100 Years" and co-wrote and produced Top 5 AC single "Slice". Wattenberg also produced the album What If It All Means Something by Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk.[3][4]

Productions Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist Label
2000 America Town Five For Fighting Columbia
2002 What If It All Means Something Chantal Kreviazuk Columbia
2002 Opaline Dishwalla Immergent
2003 It's All In Your Head Eve 6 RCA
2004 The Battle for Everything Five For Fighting Columbia
2005 Never Gone Backstreet Boys Jive
Beautiful Disorder Breaking Point Wind-up
2007 Consequence The Crash Motive Wind-up
2008 David Cook David Cook RCA
2009 Slice Five For Fighting Wind-up
Wooden Bones Pilot Speed Wind-up
Time For Lions Stars Of Track And Field Wind-up
Save Me San Francisco Train BME, Columbia
2010 Jason Castro Jason Castro Atlantic
Life Turns Electric Finger Eleven Wind-up
Alive Ed Kowalczyk Soul Whisper, RED
2011 This Loud Morning David Cook RCA
2012 The World from the Side of the Moon Phillip Phillips Interscope
2013 Bookmarks Five For Fighting Wind-up
Magnetic (album) Goo Goo Dolls Warner Bros. Records
2014 Rewind Rascal Flatts Big Machine, Republic
Behind the Light Phillip Phillips Interscope Records, 19 Recordings
2015 When the Morning Comes A Great Big World Epic Records
2016 Something Worth Saving Gavin DeGraw RCA
2017 Just the Beginning Grace Vanderwaal Syco, Columbia


  1. ^ "CMJ 2012 Panelist GREGG WATTENBERG". CMJ 2014. Retrieved 19 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Gregg Wattenberg: From Five for Fighting to Phillip Phillips, A Musical Force For Over A Decade". American Songwriter the Craft of Music. Retrieved 19 July 2014.
  3. ^ Taylor, Chuck (10 May 2003). Kreviazuk aims to Mean Something in U.S. market. Billboard. p. 14. Retrieved 3 July 2010.
  4. ^ "Gregg Wattenberg Credits". All Music. Retrieved 19 July 2014.