Michael Knox (born in Macon, GA) is an American record producer.
Knox is best known for discovering Jason Aldean and producing all of his albums. He also helped Crossin Dixon sign to Broken Bow Records, the same label to which Aldean is signed, after a friend of his saw the band perform. Other artists whom he has produced include Montgomery Gentry and Trace Adkins.
Before working as a producer, Knox was an executive at Warner/Chappell Music. His first production credit was Danni Leigh's 29 Nights. Knox worked as a song plugger.
In 2011, Knox won Album of the Year from the Country Music Association for his production on My Kinda Party.
In 2012, he won two Academy of Country Music awards for Aldean and Kelly Clarkson's "Don't You Wanna Stay".
He also won the Academy of Country Music award for Vocal Event in 2013 for producing "The Only Way I Know" with Aldean, Luke Bryan and Eric Church.
He is the son of Rock 'n' Roll singer Buddy Knox.