Chris Bell has developed his talents through years of experience in the recording industry, bringing musicians the masterful chemistry necessary to attract and enduring audience. He honed his skills on tape machines and analog mixing desks working on recordings like Erykah Badu’s “Mammas Gun”. His resume also includes studio time with The Eagles, U2, Destiny’s Child, Fuel, The Polyphonic Spree, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Brian Blade and The Fellowship, along with remixes for Peter Gabriel and Death in Vegas. His most recent projects include Luther Dickinsons Grammy nominated record “Blues and Ballads”, The Eagles number 1 record “Long Road Out of Eden” and Don Henley’s number 1 record “Cass County”. Chris was nominated for a Grammy award in 1998 for “Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical as well as working on several Grammy winning projects. He continues to be active in the growth and development of the industry. Elected to the Texas Chapter Board of Governors of the Recording Academy, Chris has served in many roles from Governor, 1st Vice President, President, and Trustee. He is currently serving as Governor for the Memphis Chapter. A skilled mixing engineer, recording engineer and producer Bell’s experience infuse his projects with a foundation for success.
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