Stephen Lipson

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Stephen Lipson
Born (1954-03-16) 16 March 1954 (age 66)
OriginEngland
Occupation(s)
  • Record producer
  • Audio engineer
  • Guitarist
  • Songwriter
InstrumentsGuitar

Stephen J. Lipson (born 16 March 1954) is an English record producer, audio engineer, guitarist, and songwriter. As a record producer he has worked with many artists including Annie Lennox, Will Young, Geri Halliwell, Jeff Beck and Hans Zimmer. He has also engineered, played guitar on and contributed to much of the programming on many of the records he's produced.

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Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Credit
2013 Hans Zimmer, The Dark Knight Rises – nominated for Grammys Best Soundtrack Album Producer
2011 Jeff Beck, Hammerhead – won Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental Performance Producer
2011 Jeff Beck, Nessun Dorma – won Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance Producer
2011 Jeff Beck, Emotion & Commotion – nominated for Grammys Best Rock Album Producer
2011 Jeff Beck, I Put A Spell on You – nominated for Grammys Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Producer
2011 Stephen Lipson – nominated for Grammys Best Engineered Album (Emotion & Commotion) Producer and Engineer
2011 Stephen Lipson – nominated for Brits Producer of the Year Producer
2011 Juanes, Yerbatero, won Premio lo Nuestro Song of the Year Producer
2007 Will Young, All Time Love – nominated for Brits Best British Single Producer
2005 Will Young, Your Game – won Brit for Best British Single Producer
2004 Annie Lennox, Bare – nominated for Grammys Best Pop Album Producer
1998 Jars of Clay, Much Afraid – won Dove Award for Group of the Year Producer
1998 Jars of Clay, Much Afraid – won Grammy for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album Producer
2004 Will Young, Leave Right Now – nominated for Brits Best British Single Producer
2002 S Club 7, Don't Stop Movin' – won Brit for Best British Single Producer
2002 S Club 7, Don't Stop Movin' – won ITV Record of the Year Producer
1996 Annie Lennox, No More I Love You's – won Grammy for Best Female Pop Performance Producer
1996 Annie Lennox, Medusa – nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album Producer
1993 Annie Lennox, Diva – nominated for Grammys Album of the Year Producer
1993 Annie Lennox, Diva – nominated for Grammys Best Pop Vocal Performance Producer
1993 Annie Lennox, Diva – won Grammy for Best Music Video – Long Form Music Video Producer
1993 Annie Lennox, Diva – won Brit for Best British Album Producer
1992 Stephen Lipson – won Music Week Producer of the Year Producer
1990 Paul McCartney, Flowers in the Dirt – nominated for Grammys Best Engineered Album Producer and Engineer

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