John Bailey (producer)

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John Bailey
Origin Canada
Occupation(s) Recording engineer
Website www.johnbeetlebailey.com

John Beetle Bailey is a Canadian freelance recording engineer who won the 2007 Juno Award for Recording Engineer of the Year,[1] and in 2015 he was nominated for the same Juno Award for his work on the song "Any Day Now" from the album Just Passing Through: The Breithaupt Brothers Songbook, Vol. II, and on the Molly Johnson tune "Fine and Mellow" from her album Because of Billie.[2] He has worked with such musicians as The Headstones, Tom Cochrane, Haywire, Triumph, Love Inc. and Monkey House: {two albums: Headquarters (2012)[3] & Left (2016)}[4]

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