Bill Reynolds

producer and engineer and musician, member of Band of Horses

Biography

Bill Reynolds is an American Grammy-nominated producer, engineer, mixer and musician, and is also the bass player for the band Band of Horses.

Reynolds co-founded the Sup Pop records band "The Blue Rags" in 1998, with whom he toured for 5 years and recorded two full-length albums. He then built a recording studio in Asheville where he made records for 7 years, and continued to tour with various bands including Drugmoney and Donna the Buffalo. Reynolds joined Band of Horses in 2007, and by 2010 the band was nominated for the Grammy award for Best Alternative Album. Reynolds contributed production, engineering, bass, and a co-write for the song "Life on Earth" which was included on the Twilight: Breaking Dawn Soundtrack. Reynolds is currently based in Nashville and works from Jay Joyce's former studio. Reynolds is represented by Global Positioning Services management in Santa Monica.

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