Mikal Blue

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Mikal Blue
Birth name Michael Blue
Born (1966-03-03) 3 March 1966 (age 52)
Origin County Durham
Genres Pop, rock, indie pop
Occupation(s) Record producer, songwriter, mixer and engineer
Instruments Vocalist, guitar, piano, drums, bass
Associated acts Colbie Caillat, Five For Fighting, Jason Mraz, OneRepublic
Website revolverrecordings.com

Michael Blue (born 3 March 1966) is an English music producer, songwriter, engineer and mixer best known for his work with Colbie Caillat, Jason Reeves, Jason Mraz, Five For Fighting and OneRepublic, better known under the stage name Mikal Blue.[1][2] Originally from County Durham, England, Mikal Blue is currently based in Los Angeles and works from his studio Revolver Recordings in Thousand Oaks, California.[3] In addition to his work as a producer, songwriter, engineer, mixer and instrumentalist, Blue has worked in developing acts such as Augustana, OneRepublic, Colbie Caillat, Angel Taylor, Chandler Juliet and Kevin Hammond.[4]

Mikal Blue is represented exclusively by Global Positioning Services in Santa Monica, California.[5]

Partial production discography[edit]

Artist Song Album Producer Engineer Mixer Co-Writer
Chandler Juliet "Speechless", "Don't Miss You" (Singles)
☑Y
☑Y
New Hollow Forthcoming Album
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Eamon "Requiem" Golden Rail Motel
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Smokey Forthcoming Album
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Colbie Caillat Forthcoming Album
☑Y
Toad The Wet Sprocket New Constellation
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Five For Fighting "Godspell" Forthcoming Album
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Joe Brooks "Holes Inside" A Reason to Swim
☑Y
☑Y
Arthur Alligood One Silver Needle
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Keaton Simons Keaton Simons
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Lady Danville Lady Danville EP
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Kevin Hammond Kevin Hammond EP
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat "Lucky" We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.
☑Y
Arr.
☑Y
OneRepublic "Sucker Punch". "Trap Door", "Passenger" Waking Up (Deluxe Version)
☑Y
☑Y
Jason Reeves The Lovesick
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Jason Reeves The Magnificent Adventures of Heartache
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Jason Reeves Patience for the Waiting (Special Edition Acoustic EP)
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Five For Fighting Two Lights
☑Y
Colbie Caillat CoCo
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Colbie Caillat "What I Wanted To Say", "Fearless" Breakthrough
☑Y
Colbie Caillat Summer Sessions EP
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Colbie Caillat "Back Seat", "August Sand", "Younger Everyday", & "Love Me Back" All of You
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
OneRepublic "Goodbye Apathy", "Tyrant", "Prodigal" Dreaming Out Loud (Bonus Version)
☑Y
☑Y
Angel Taylor Love Travels
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Brendan James The Day Is Brave
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y
Serena Ryder "It Is O.K.", "Stumbling Over You" It Is O.K.
☑Y
Angel Taylor "Like You Do", "Make Me Believe", "Spinning Wheel", "Don't Forget Me in Time" Love Travels
☑Y
Hope & Jason Mraz "Love Love Love" (Single)
☑Y
☑Y
Kassi "Better Days" (Single)
☑Y
☑Y
☑Y

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mikal Blue Discography" (PDF). Globalpositioning services.net. Retrieved 29 September 2013. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Mikal Blue | Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Mikal Blue- Producer / Song Writer / Recording Arstist". Revolver Recordings. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "A moment with ... Mikal Blue/ Songwriter, musician, producer". Seattlepi.com. 16 April 2008. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  5. ^ ""BLUE 'n GREEN" Songwriter Showcase at Mikal Blue's Revolver studios | The Definitive Didi Benami Fansite". Didibenamifansite.com. 1 October 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2013.