Rick Nowels

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Rick Nowels
Origin San Francisco, United States
Occupation(s) Record producer
Instruments Guitars, keyboards, bass
Years active 1980's–present
Associated acts Lana Del Rey, Madonna, New Radicals, Nelly Furtado, Cee-Lo Green, John Legend
Website ricknowels.com

Rick Nowels is an American Grammy/Ivor Novello award-winning songwriter and record producer. He is a multi-instrumentalist and has written with, or had his songs recorded by: Lana Del Rey, Lykke Li, Jamie xx, Brandon Flowers, Madonna, Cee-Lo Green, Robyn, Marina and the Diamonds, Jason Mraz, Sia, New Radicals, Dido, Nelly Furtado, John Legend / Andre 3000, Ellie Goulding, Santigold, Jewel, Anita Baker, Texas, Tiesto, Santana, Tupac Shakur, Fleetwood Mac, Belinda Carlisle, Stevie Nicks, Weezer. Nowels is represented by Tim McDaniel at McDaniel Entertainment.

Selected discography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2014: Satellite award for Best Original Song "Young And Beautiful" Lana Del Rey
  • 2014: Grammy Nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media "Young And Beautiful" Lana Del Rey
  • 2011: ASCAP award for "Fallin' For You" Colbie Caillat
  • 2008: Grammy Nomination for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration "Green Light" John Legend/Andre 3000
  • 2005: ASCAP award for "White Flag" Dido
  • 2004: Ivor Novello International Song of Year Award for "White Flag" Dido
  • 2004: ASCAP song of the year for "The Game of Love" Santana ft. Michelle Branch
  • 2004: ASCAP award for "The Game of Love" Santana ft. Michelle Branch
  • 2000: ASCAP award for "You Get What You Give" New Radicals
  • 2000: Ivor Novello nomination for "I Turn to You" Mel C
  • 1996: ASCAP award for "Body and Soul" Anita Baker
  • 1996: Grammy Award for Album of the Year "Falling into You"[1]
  • 1996: Grammy nomination for Best R and B Single "Body and Soul" Anita Baker[2]
  • 1990: ASCAP award for "Rooms on Fire" Stevie Nicks
  • 1988: ASCAP award for "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" Belinda Carlisle
  • 1988: Grammy nomination for Best Pop Vocal "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" Belinda Carlisle


  1. ^ "Past Winners Search". Grammy.com. Retrieved 2013-06-27. 
  2. ^ "POP VIEW; Playing Grammy Roulette – Page 2 – New York Times". Nytimes.com. February 26, 1995. Retrieved 2013-06-27. 

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