Ron Aniello

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Ron Aniello
Birth nameRonald John Aniello
OriginLas Vegas, Nevada, United States
GenresRock, pop, gospel, Christian, country
Occupation(s)Record producer, composer, songwriter, arranger
InstrumentsPiano, keyboards, synthesizers, guitar, mandolin
LabelsDreamworks, Capital, Geffen, Universal, Sony, Warner Bros., Reprise, Lakeshore, 19 Entertainment, Jive Records

Ron Aniello is an American writer, producer, composer and musician who has enjoyed a diverse career working with such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Matthew Koma, Shania Twain, Wanting Qu, Gavin DeGraw, Lifehouse, Patti Scialfa, Barenaked Ladies, Guster, Jars of Clay, Bridgit Mendler, Sixpence None the Richer, Jude Cole, Vanessa Amorosi, Moshav Band and many more. In addition, Aniello has composed scores for film and television, and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus,[1] and has been nominated for Grammy Awards.

He lives in Los Angeles where he owns a recording studio[1] and produces established and emerging artists in both Los Angeles and New York City. In 2013, he produced Wanting Qu's Say the Words, which produced three hit singles in Asia. Both Aniello and Wanting were nominated for a GMA as producers of "Love Ocean" for single of the year.

In January 2014, his work on Springsteen's High Hopes was number 1 in 22 countries including the United States and the UK with a four-star review from Rolling Stone magazine. Aniello's latest work includes co-writing Tiësto's "Written in Reverse" with Hardwell featuring Matthew Koma on A Town Called Paradise released June 13, 2014, in the UK and debuting at number 3.

Selected work[edit]

Year Artist Album or Song Title(s) Role
1995 Jude Cole I Don't Know Why I Act This Way Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
1998 Jude No One Is Really Beautiful Producer/Mastering
1999 Kendall Payne Jordan's Sister Producer/Engineer
2000 Juana Molina Segundo Producer/Engineer/Mastering
Ian Hunter "Good Man in a Bad Time" from Once Bitten Twice Shy Co-Writer
Lifehouse No Name Face Producer/Engineer
Shannon McNally Boulder Than Paradise EP Producer/Engineer
2001 Jude King of Yesterday Producer/Engineer
Days of the New Days of the New Producer/Engineer
2002 Lifehouse Stanley Climbfall Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
Shannon McNally Jukebox Sparrows Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
Sixpence None the Richer "Waiting on the Sun" from Divine Discontent Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
Loudermilk The Red Record (Only selected tracks) Producer/Engineer
2003 Guster Keep It Together Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
Barenaked Ladies Everything to Everyone Producer/Engineer
Matt Nathanson Beneath These Fireworks Producer/Engineer
Jars of Clay Who We Are Instead Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
2004 Lifehouse "Everybody Is Someone" from Wicker Park Soundtrack Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
2006 Guster Ganging Up on the Sun (Only 6 tracks) Producer
Leigh Nash "Never Finish" from Blue on Blue Co-Writer
Jars of Clay "Water Under the Bridge", "There Is a River", & "Take Me Higher" from Good Monsters Co-Writer
Jeremy Camp Beyond Measure Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
Moshav Misplaced Producer/Engineer/Co-Writer
2007 Justin King Fall/Rise Producer
Patti Scialfa Play It As It Lays Co-Producer
Ashley Tesoro Ashley Tesoro EP Producer
2008 Vanessa Amorosi Somewhere in the Real World (Only 7 tracks) Producer/Co-Writer
Candlebox Into the Sun Producer
2009 Jeremy Riddle The Now And Not Yet Producer
Allison Iraheta Trouble Is Co-Producer/Co-Writer
Camera Can't Lie Days and Days EP Producer
2010 Ashley Tesoro Oh You Angel EP Producer
Camera Can't Lie Upcoming Full Length Producer
2011 Gavin DeGraw "Stealing", "You Know Where I'm At" from Sweeter Producer
2012 Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball Producer
Ashley Tesoro Simply Worship EP[2] Producer
2014 Bruce Springsteen High Hopes Producer
Tiësto Written in Reverse (feat. Matthew Koma) Co-Producer/Co-Writer
2017 Shania Twain Now Producer
2019 Bruce Springsteen Western Stars Producer

Honors and awards[edit]




  1. ^ a b Ron Aniello Bio Archived 2010-03-06 at the Wayback Machine, Nettwerk, Retrieved March 10, 2010
  2. ^ Rabinowitz, N. (April, 2012). Sing Along. Retrieved on May 5, 2012 from Soap Opera Digest, April 23, 2012 issue
  3. ^ 2010 Dove Awards Winners Archived 2010-07-22 at the Wayback Machine GMA (2010) retrieved on December 30, 2010

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