Tchad Blake

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Tchad Blake
Born1955 (age 62–63)
OriginUnited States
Occupation(s)Record producer, audio engineer, mixer, musician
Associated actsMitchell Froom
Latin Playboys

Tchad Blake (born 1955) is an American record producer, audio engineer, mixer and musician.

A native of Baytown, Texas, he has worked with numerous artists and musicians, including Arctic Monkeys, State Radio, Pell Mell, Apartment 26, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel, Pearl Jam, Tom Waits, Richard Thompson, Brazilian Girls, Gerard Way, Sheryl Crow, November 2nd, T-Bone Burnett, Travis, Marike Jager, Crowded House, Finn Brothers, Liam Finn, The Pretenders, Bernard Fanning, Los Lobos, The Bad Plus, Sam Phillips, Suzanne Vega, Ani DiFranco, The Bangles, Stina Nordenstam, Phish, Bonnie Raitt, Lisa Germano, Fishbone, Al Green, Tracy Chapman, Phantom Planet, Gomez, The Dandy Warhols, American Music Club, Jed Davis, Blitzen Trapper, Cibo Matto, Haley Bonar, David Rhodes, The Black Keys, U2, Nico Vega, Halloween, Alaska, Kula Shaker and Soul Coughing, and Delta Spirit, The Last Shadow Puppets among others.[citation needed]

Blake often partners with Mitchell Froom, and the two formed Latin Playboys with David Hidalgo and Louie Pérez of Los Lobos.[1]

He has won a number of Grammy Awards, beginning with Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and Best Rock Album for Sheryl Crow's The Globe Sessions (1998). He won another Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Suzanne Vega's Beauty & Crime (2007). Blake won two Grammys for his work with The Black Keys on 2010s Brothers.

In 2009 Blake took part in a guest lecture in the Department of Music and Audio at the University of Kent.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "Tchad Blake". All Music Guide. Retrieved 11 February 2013.
  2. ^ "Award-winning music producer goes on record at University of Kent". University of Kent. 24 March 2009. Retrieved 11 February 2013.

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