|Born||February 18, 1971|
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Genres||Rock, Pop, R&B, Classical|
|Occupation(s)||Producer, songwriter, engineer, mixer, composer|
|Instruments||Piano, keyboards, organs, wurly, brass|
Stuart Brawley (born February 18, 1971) is a Canadian musician and Juno Award nominated record producer and mixer based in Los Angeles. Brawley was nominated for a 2009 Juno award for Producer of the Year Award for his work on Emmy Rossum's album, Inside Out.
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Brawley began taking piano and violin lessons from the age of 3, and then at high school he took up tuba and was a member of a jazz choir, a jazz band, a concert band, and a multitude of Glee type ensembles.
He co-wrote Don Henley's #1 single Taking You Home. This single was recognized by BMI as one of the most played songs of 2000, not leaving the Billboard charts for over 80 weeks. In 2009 he was nominated for a 2009 Juno for Producer of the Year for his work on Emmy Rossum's debut album, Inside Out. The debut single Slow Me Down reached #2 on the iTunes charts and became one of the most viewed music videos on the Universal Music YouTube Channel.
Brawley has also composes for film/TV, including the short film "The House I Keep," and several national advertising campaigns for PrimalScream Music, including Firestone, McDonald's, Petsmart, Good Shepherd Hospitals, STARZ Network, and many more.
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