Ron Aniello is an American writer, producer, composer and musician who has enjoyed a diverse career working with such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Matthew Koma, Shania Twain, Wanting Qu, Gavin DeGraw, Lifehouse, Patti Scialfa, Barenaked Ladies, Guster, Jars of Clay, Bridgit Mendler, Sixpence None the Richer, Jude Cole, Vanessa Amorosi, Moshav Band and many more. In addition, Aniello has composed scores for film and television, and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, and has been nominated for Grammy Awards.
He lives in Los Angeles where he owns a recording studio and produces established and emerging artists in both Los Angeles and New York City. In 2013, he produced Wanting Qu's Say the Words, which produced three hit singles in Asia. Both Aniello and Wanting were nominated for a GMA as producers of "Love Ocean" for single of the year.
In January 2014, his work on Springsteen's High Hopes was number 1 in 22 countries including the United States and the UK with a four-star review from Rolling Stone magazine. Aniello's latest work includes co-writing Tiësto's "Written in Reverse" with Hardwell featuring Matthew Koma on A Town Called Paradise released June 13, 2014, in the UK and debuting at number 3.Singles
2000 - Hanging by a Moment; No Name Face; Lifehouse - 2x Platinum
2000 - No Name Face; Lifehouse - 4x Platinum
2013 - Best Rock Album - Wrecking Ball - Nominated
2013 - Best Rock Song - We Take Care of Our Own - Nominated
2010 - Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album - The Long Fall Back to Earth; Jars of Clay; Essential Records - Nominated
2010 - Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year - The Long Fall Back to Earth; Jars of Clay; Essential Records - Winner
2007 - Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year - Good Monsters; Jars of Clay; Essential Records - Winner
2003 - Modern Rock/Alternative Recorded Song of the Year - Spin; Stanley Climbfall; Lifehouse; Sparrow Records - Nominated
2001 - Modern Rock Album of the Year - Jordan's Sister; Sparrow Records - Winner