Duane Lundy is a Grammy-nominated producer, mixer, and studio owner whose reverential approach to recording has influenced the stylistic development of hundreds of artists. He continues to nurture the music industry’s most compelling new creative hotbed: the Kentucky music scene. Duane’s artistic collaborations include Grammy-Award winners, Sturgill Simpson, Flor de Toloache; the critically acclaimed and eclectic, Ben Sollee, Vandaveer, Jim James, Horse Feathers; legacy artist projects, Michael McDonald, Bela Fleck, Robert Randolph, Earl Slick, Duff McKagan, Kevin Kinney; touring artists, Joe Pug, Dawn Landes, Daniel Rodriguez, Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts, Justin Wells; and emerging buzz acts, Abby Hamilton, The National Reserve, Ian Noe, Brian Owens. He contributed production and engineering for two tracks on Ringo Starr’s latest album Give More Love, co-mixed “This Is Life” by the Lumineers & Daniel Rodriguez, and was a producer on the Grammy-nominated All One Tribe with Rissi Palmer, to which he also lent his mixing talent. Duane’s own compositions and arrangements have been showcased in feature film, Cirque du Freak, Maidentrip; television, Sons of Anarchy, Weeds, NCIS; and advertising, BMW/Mini Cooper.