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Record Producer, Recording Artist, Pianist, Songwriter
Charlie Peacock is a Grammy Award-winning, multi-format performer, composer and record
producer. Peacock's production credits range from Al Green and Ladysmith Black Mambazo
to current AAA and Americana successes such as The Lone Bellow, Holly Williams, Ben Rector
and Brett Dennen. Most recently, Peacock produced Misery Chain for Soundgarden
frontman Chris Cornell featuring Joy Williams, from the soundtrack to the film, 12 Years A
Peacock began his iconoclastic career in the 1980s as a singer-songwriter for A&M, then
Island Records. In addition to his unique solo efforts, Peacock has played a lead role in
creating major chart hits in three separate decades—most notably Amy Grant's Every
Heartbeat (1991), Switchfoot's Dare You to Move (2002), The Civil Wars' Gold debut album
Barton Hollow (2011) - earning Grammys for Best Folk Album and Country Duo - and the
(2013) #1 Billboard debut, The Civil Wars, featuring the co-written single, “The One That Got
Away.” In recent years, Peacock's solo output has included his acclaimed singer-songwriter
release, No Man's Land (2012), and two jazz/improvisational releases, Love Press Ex-Curio
(2005) and Arc of the Circle (2008), a duet collaboration with saxophonist Jeff Coffin. The
former reached #4 on the CMJ Jazz Chart after highest debut and the latter hit #2 on the CMJ
Jazz Chart and was featured in Jazz Times and Downbeat. Peacock has performed and
recorded with such notable jazz artists as Ralph Alessi, Don Alias, Scott Amendola, Joey
Baron, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Ravi Coltrane, James Genus, Felix Pastorius, Ben
Perowsky, Marc Ribot, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Kirk Whalum, Matt Wilson, and Victor Wooten.