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|Born||1955 (age 66–67)|
|Occupation(s)||Record producer, audio engineer, mixer, musician|
A native of Baytown, Texas, he has worked with numerous artists and musicians, including Al Green, American Music Club, Ani DiFranco, Apartment 26, Arctic Monkeys, Bernard Fanning, Blitzen Trapper, Bonnie Raitt, Brazilian Girls, Cibo Matto, Crowded House, David Rhodes, Delta Spirit, Elvis Costello, Finn Brothers, Fiona Apple, Fishbone, Gerard Way, Gomez, Haley Bonar, Halloween, Alaska, Jed Davis, Kula Shaker, Liam Finn, Lisa Germano, Los Lobos, Marike Jager, Nico Vega, November 2nd, Pearl Jam, Pell Mell, Peter Gabriel, Phantom Planet, Phish, Richard Thompson, Sam Phillips, Sheryl Crow, Soul Coughing, State Radio, Stina Nordenstam, Suzanne Vega, T-Bone Burnett, The Bad Plus, The Bangles, The Black Keys, The Dandy Warhols, The Last Shadow Puppets, The Pretenders, Tom Gallo, Tom Waits, Tracy Chapman, Travis, and U2, among others.
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 2010's Brothers.
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