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Graham Marsh (producer)

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Origin  Georgia, U.S.
Years active  2005–present

Name  Graham Marsh
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Genres  Pop, rock, blues, soul, urban, R&B, hip hop, funk
Occupation(s)  Producer, mixer, writer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist
Associated acts  Leona Lewis, Bruno Mars, Ceelo Green

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Graham N. Marsh (born September 27, 1979) is an American music recording engineer-producer from Georgia. He has helped produce four Grammy Award-winning albums from sixteen nominations. He is also half of the Atlanta alt pop duo CLAVVS (formerly known as CLAWS) with singer-songwriter Amber Renee.



Marsh is a graduate of Full Sail University's Recording Arts program. He started his career in Atlanta working at Jermaine Dupri's "Southside Studios" for So So Def Recordings where he worked with Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Nelly and Bryan Michael Cox. While at Southside Studios, Marsh met Dallas Austin's engineer/programmer, Rick Sheppard and was hired to work at Dallas' DARP Studios. Marsh worked at DARP as an assistant to Dallas and Sheppard, engineering recordings for Natalie Cole, George Clinton, Joss Stone, The Sugababes and Lionel Richie.

Marsh steadily became in very heavy demand as more people became aware of his amazing talents as an engineer. He has engineered, produced and given his multi-instrumentalist talents to a very long list of well known megastars including Asher Roth, Fantasia, Leona Lewis, Estelle, Nas, Travie McCoy, The Constellations, Plies, Ciara, Amerie, Juvenile, Ludacris, "Rick Ross", Common, Novel, Kelis, Kid Cudi, Chase and Status, The Teddybears, and Bruno Mars. In recognition of his engineering talents Marsh was nominated for "Outstanding Creative Achievement" at the 27th annual TEC Awards.

Marsh met Cee Lo Green at one of his freelancing jobs which proved to be a Grammy winning union. Marsh and Cee Lo Green formed the production team The Grey Area to work on music that would be mainstream hits. He collaborated on Gnarls Barkley's The Odd Couple and Cee Lo's 2010 multi-platinum smash "Fuck You" from The Lady Killer album. The result of this collaboration was Graham receiving two Grammy nominations, with one win for Best Urban/Alternative Performance for the song "Fuck You".

Grammy Awards

Graham Marsh has won four Grammy Awards from sixteen nominations.


  • Sugababes – Taller in More Ways (2005)
  • Sugababes – Push The Button (2005)
  • Lionel Richie – Coming Home (2006)
  • Da Backwudz – Wood Work (2006)
  • Stacie Orrico – Beautiful Awakening (2006)
  • Natalie Cole – Leavin (2006)
  • Leona Lewis – Spirit (2007)
  • Ludacris – Release Therapy (2007)
  • Elliot Yamin – Sounds of the Season: The Elliott Yamin Holiday Collection (2007)
  • Elliot Yamin – My Kind of Holiday (2008)
  • Kung Fu Panda Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2008)
  • Estelle – Shine (2008)
  • Amerie – In Love & War (2009)
  • Asher Roth – Asleep in the Bread Aisle (2009)
  • SpongeBob's Greatest Hits (2009)
  • Kate Earl – Kate Earl (2009)
  • The Falcon Lords - Straight From the Center of Their Volcano Lair (2010)
  • CeeLo Green – The Lady Killer (2010)
  • CeeLo Green – F**k You (2010)
  • Bruno Mars – It's Better If You Don't Understand (2010)
  • Bruno Mars – Doo-Wops & Hooligans (2010)
  • Sex and the City 2 – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2010)
  • Rick RossTeflon Don (2010)
  • Fantasia Barrino – Back to Me (2010)
  • Common – Universal Mind Control (2010)
  • Rave on Buddy Holly (2011)
  • The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2011)
  • CeeLo Green – Stray Bullets: The Mixtape Made Of Gold (2011)
  • CeeLo Green – Bright Lights Bigger City (2011)
  • "Footloose 2011 Soundtrack" (2011)
  • Cobra Starship Night Shades (2011)
  • Sparkle Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2012)
  • Why?_(American_band) - "Mumps, etc." (2012)
  • CLAWS – Feel It All (2015)
  • Como Brothers Band – Imagination (2015)
  • References

    Graham Marsh (producer) Wikipedia