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Ross Hogarth


Band: Coal Chamber
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Multi-Platinum, 2-time Grammy-winner Ross Hogarth has been active as an engineer and producer for well over two decades. Growing up in New York City during the influential punk era of the 70's, Ross began his musical career as a singer/songwriter/guitarist, playing in Manhattan’s wild downtown clubs. With good fortune paving his way to California, he had the rare opportunity to be a part of the San Francisco Bay Area's exploding New Wave music scene as well as Southern Cal's seminal rock scene. Natural evolution took him from road gigs doing live sound and production for Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Fleetwood Mac, and Little Feat, into a career as a world-class producer, mixer, and recording engineer.

Hogarth’s studio work runs the gamut, from the classic rock of Deja Vu (All Over Again) by John Fogerty to bluesman Keb' Mo's Slow Down (for which he won his first Grammy), from the heavy metal madness of Mötley Crue and Coal Chamber to recent releases like Melissa Etheridge’s Lucky and Who We Are by Lifehouse. In 2007, Ross took home his 2nd Grammy for Best Reggae Record of the Year, honoring his production, mixing, and engineering work on Ziggy Marley's Love Is My Religion.

Ross Hogarth