Mark Endert

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Mark Endert
OriginCalifornia, United States
Occupation(s)Record producer, Mixer, arranger, musician
InstrumentsPiano, Keyboards, Synthesizers
Years active1990's – Present

Mark Endert (born 1971, California) is an American music producer, mixer, arranger and musician.


From the early 1990s to the present, Endert is credited on albums spanning a wide array of musical genres (Fiona Apple, Madonna, Gavin Degraw, Maroon 5, The Fray, Rihanna, Ricky Martin, James Blunt, Train, Delta Goodrem, Miley Cyrus, Vertical Horizon) with sales totaling more than 90 million albums worldwide.

Billboard #1 Singles include "I Don't Want to Be" (Gavin Degraw)[1] and "Everything You Want" (Vertical Horizon).[2]

Mark Endert has been nominated for numerous Grammy Awards including 2 Album of the Year Nominations; Madonna's Ray of Light[3] and Sara Bareilles' The Blessed Unrest.[4]

Album credits[edit]

Year Artist Album Awards
1996 Fiona Apple Tidal
1998 Madonna Ray of Light Won – Grammy: Best Pop Album, Best Dance Album[3]
1999 Ricky Martin Ricky Martin
1999 Vertical Horizon Everything You Want
1999 Melanie C Northern Star
2000 Madonna Music
2001 Ours Distorted Lullabies
2002 Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
2002 Splender To Whom it May Concern
2003 Gavin Degraw Chariot
2004 Delta Goodrem Mistaken Identity
2005 Anna Nalick Wreck of the Day
2005 The Fray How to Save a Life
2007 Maroon 5 It Won't Be Soon Before Long
2007 Rihanna Good Girl Gone Bad
2007 Delta Goodrem Delta
2008 Miley Cyrus Breakout
2009 Train Save Me, San Francisco
2010 Chris Tomlin And If Our God Is For Us... Won – Grammy: Best Contemporary Christian Music Album[5]
2012 Train California 37
2013 Chris Tomlin Burning Lights Nominated – Grammy: Best Contemporary Christian Music Album[4]
2013 Sara Bareilles The Blessed Unrest Nominated – Grammy: Album of the Year[4]

Song credits[edit]

Year Artist Song Awards
1996 Fiona Apple "Criminal" Won – Grammy: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance[6]
1996 Fiona Apple "Shadowboxer"
1996 Fiona Apple "Sleep to Dream"
1998 Madonna "The Power of Good-Bye"
1999 Vertical Horizon "Everything You Want"
1999 Madonna "Beautiful Stranger" Won – Grammy: Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media[7]
1999 Tonic "You Wanted More"
2002 Maroon 5 "This Love" Won – Grammy: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal[8]
2003 Gavin Degraw "Chariot"
2003 Gavin Degraw "I Don't Want to Be"
2005 Anna Nalick "Breathe (2 AM)"
2005 The Fray "How to Save a Life" Nominated – Grammy: Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal[9]
2005 The Fray "Over My Head (Cable Car)" Nominated – Grammy: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal[9]
2006 Five for Fighting "The Riddle"
2007 Maroon 5 "Makes Me Wonder" Won – Grammy: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals[10]
2007 Maroon 5 "Wake Up Call"
2008 Maroon 5 feat. Rihanna "If I Never See Your Face Again" Nominated – Grammy: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals[11]
2009 Train "Hey Soul Sister"
2009 Train "If It's Love"
2009 Train "Marry Me"
2011 Christina Perri "A Thousand Years"
2012 Train "Drive By"
2012 Train "50 Ways to Say Goodbye"
2013 Phillip Phillips "Gone, Gone, Gone"
2013 Chris Tomlin "Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)" Nominated – Grammy: Best Contemporary Christian Music Song[4]
2013 Sara Bareilles "Brave" Nominated – Grammy: Best Pop Solo Performance[4]

Personal life[edit]

Endert married in 2004, and the following year moved from the Los Angeles area to the east coast of Florida to start a family.[12] He has two children, a girl and a boy.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Pop Songs – January 22, 2005". Billboard. Retrieved July 4, 2013.
  2. ^ "Adult Pop Songs – July 15, 2000". Billboard. Retrieved July 4, 2013.
  3. ^ a b "41st Annual Grammy Nominees – January 5, 1999". CNN. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  4. ^ a b c d e "Grammy Awards 2014 – January 26, 2014". LA Times. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  5. ^ "Grammys 2011 – 54th Annual Grammy Awards". Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  6. ^ "Grammys 1997 – 40th Annual Grammy Awards".'. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  7. ^ "Grammys 1999 – 42nd Annual Grammy Awards". Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  8. ^ "Grammys 2005 – 48th Annual Grammy Awards" Archived November 10, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  9. ^ a b Kaufman, Gil (December 7, 2006). "Mary J. Blige, Chili Peppers Top Grammy Nominations List". MTV.
  10. ^ "Grammys 2007 – 50th Annual Grammy Awards". Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  11. ^ "Grammy 2009 Winners List". Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  12. ^ Tingen, Paul (September 2007). "Secrets of the Mix Engineers: Mark Endert". Sound on Sound.