Bryan Lenox is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1988||Rich Mullins||Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth||Background Vocals|
|1989||Michael W. Smith||Christmas||Assistant Engineer, Percussion|
|1991||Charlie Peacock||Love Life||Engineer|
|1991||Margaret Becker||Simple House||Keyboards, Drums, Percussion|
|1992||Kim Boyce||Facts of Love||Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Background Vocals|
|1992||Vince Ebo||Love Is the Better Way||Engineer|
|1994||Bliss Bliss||Bliss Bliss||Additional Engineer|
|1994||Kim Boyce||By Faith||Keyboards, Drums, Percussion|
|1995||Benjamin||As You Wish||Producer|
|1996||Charlie Peacock||In the Light: The Very Best of Charlie Peacock||Engineer|
|1997||Kim Boyce||As I Am||Percussion|
|1997||Tammy Trent||You Have My Heart||Mixed|
|1997||Chris Rice||Deep Enough To Dream||Engineer|
|1998||Carman||Mission 3:16||Producer, Mixed, Programmed, Recorded|
|1998||Michael W. Smith||Live the Life||Engineer, Mixed, Programming, Keyboards|
|2000||Michael W. Smith||Freedom||Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards, Programming, Percussion|
|2006||Barlow Girl||Another Journal Entry: Expanded Edition||Tracking Engineer, Mixed|
When speaking of producers, there are few that are more accomplished, or highly spoken of than Bryan Lenox. Since beginning his career in 1988, he has had a major hand in several hundred projects, over 50 #1 hits, and all with the who’s who in Christian and mainstream music. His first major production job (yes, I said FIRST) was Michael W Smith’s Go West, Young Man album, which won the American Music Award for Best New Artist, had a Grammy nomination, and sat at #6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 for several weeks with Place in This World which Bryan produced, played, engineered, and programmed.
Calling on Bryan’s expertise (and definitely personality) are artists like Elton John, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, tobyMac, Sheryl Crow, Michael Bolton, Sara Barrelis, Ingrid Michaelson, Tommy Sims, Garth Brooks, Winonna Judd, Kirk Franklin, CeCe Winans, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Robert Randolph, Lou Gramm (Foreigner), Johnny Lang, Fred Hammond, Rich Mullins, Commissioned, Nicole C. Mullen, Chris Rice, the Newsboys, Sonic Flood, DC Talk, Israel and New Breed, Natalie Grant, Bruce Springsteen, Jars of Clay, Kenny Loggins, and Cliff Richard. The list goes on and on… literally. With 6 GRAMMY Award nominations and 1 win, 12 DOVE Award nominations and 5 wins, and millions of albums sold, there is little wondering why. He also handles live audio production for many events including the DOVE Awards.
Aside from Bryan’s work with these artists, he also spends significant time working with new and independent artists who are looking to grow and learn on their creative journey. His involvement with Secret Anthem, an online song review and counseling service, is evidence of his commitment to this passion.
Bryan Lenox: A Simple Man With An Extraordinary Career. (n.d.). Retrieved November 19, 2012, from Bryan Lenox website: http://www.bryanlenox.com/About.html