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Jake Sinclair (musician)

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Years active  2003–present
Music group  The Films
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Origin  Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation(s)  Songwriter composer record producer multi-instrumentalist audio engineer
Instruments  Guitar bass piano percussion vocals programming
Associated acts  Weezer The Films Butch Walker Shovels & Rope ALOHAHA
Albums  I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart, Oh, Scorpio, Don't Dance Rattlesnake
Genres  Pop music, Pop rock, Country music, Alternative rock
Nominations  Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Similar  Brendon Urie, Butch Walker, Taylor Swift, Lolo, Sam Hollander

Jake Sinclair is a Grammy Award-nominated producer, musician and songwriter best known for working with artists such as Panic! at the Disco, Taylor Swift, 5 Seconds of Summer, Fall Out Boy, Pink, Weezer, and Train. He also is a founder and member of the band Alohaha.


Jake Sinclair (musician) Grammy Nominee Jake Sinclair Shares First Track From Project Alohaha


Jake Sinclair (musician) Roger in the studio with Jake Sinclair engineer producer

Sinclair started playing music at 7 years old in his hometown, Boise, Idaho, and formed his first band at age 11. After moving to New York, his high school band, The Films, got signed to a major label. Acclaimed producer Butch Walker produced the band's second album, and after The Films split up, Walker suggested Jake move to LA. Sinclair took his advice, ending up in the studio with such multi-platinum artists as Weezer, Taylor Swift and Train.

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Jake Sinclair (musician) Reflections of Darkness Music Magazine Area4 Festival


Hell's BellsTrue Blood: Music From The HBO Original Series Volume 3 · 2011
Belt LoopsDon't Dance Rattlesnake · 2007
Black ShoesDon't Dance Rattlesnake · 2007


Jake Sinclair (musician) Wikipedia

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