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John Reynolds (musician)

John Reynolds is a record producer.[1] He was the first husband of singer Sinéad O'Connor; they have one child, Jake.[2] Reynolds,
formerly a drummer for the solo musician, Jah Wobble, met O'Connor and recorded her first album, The Lion and the Cobra in 1987,
and has since collaborated on herI Do Not Want What I Have Not Got (1990), Universal Mother (1994) (for which he was nominated
as Q Producer of the Year), the Gospel Oak EP (1997), How About I Be Me (And You Be You)? (2012), and I'm Not Bossy, I'm the
Boss (2014).

[3]
Reynolds was the drummer for O'Connor's band on her tour of 2013.

He has produced number one hits with Damien Dempsey. He produced the charity song The Ballad of Ronnie Drew by U2, The
Dubliners, Kíla, and "A Band of Bowsies" which went straight to number 1 in the Irish single charts. He has recently recorded Herbie
Hancock, Indigo Girls and Brian Eno for their July 2011 albums.

Reynolds produced the seventhBelinda Carlisle album, Voila. He has produced a new albumLifelines by Andrea Corr in 2011.

John also produced the Emmy Award Winning 'Music of Ireland' companion CD to a two-part PBS documentary series (Welcome
Home and Welcome to America) celebrating 50 years of contemporary Irish music, its impact on America and its influence
throughout the world. Each program features exclusive interviews, intimate performances and archival clips from some of the
greatest Irish artists of our time including: The Chieftains, The Clancy Brothers, The Dubliners, U2, The Cranberries, Celtic Woman,
Riverdance, Sinéad O'Connor, Bob Geldof and many others.

Artists produced include:

Sinéad O'Connor - "Song to the Siren"


The Chieftains & Moya Brennan - "Lullaby for the Dead"
Damien Rice - "Under the Tongue"
Liam Clancy featuring John Sheahan - "The Parting Glass"
Orla Fallon & Moya Brennan - "Forgotten"
Glen Hansard - "High Hope"
Damien Dempsey - "Maasai Returns"
Andrea Corr - "Oh Brother"
Andy Irvine & Dónal Lunny - "Blacksmith"
Paul Brady - "Dreams Will Come"
Shane MacGowan & Moya Brennan - "You're the One"
Anúna & Moya Brennan featuringIarla Ó Lionáird - "Is Mise 'n Ghaoth/The Lass of Aughrim"
Belinda Carlisle - "Voila"
John co-produced with Brian EnoFrom Africa With Fury: Rise (2011) with Seun Kuti, son of Fela Kuti.

References
1. "John Reynolds" (http://johnreynoldsproducer.com/). John Reynolds. Retrieved June 8, 2012.
2. "Sinead O'Connor 'to wed' " (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/1406579.stm)
. BBC News. 25 June 2001.
Retrieved June 8, 2012.
3. "concert review in Chicago Sun-Times" (https://web.archive.org/web/20131111044938/http://voices.suntimes.com/art
s-entertainment/the-daily-sizzle/sinead-oconnor-a-singer-with-religiosity-in-her-voice-plays-to-true-believers-at-city-wi
nery-monday/). Archived from the original (http://voices.suntimes.com/arts-entertainment/the-daily-sizzle/sinead-oco
nnor-a-singer-with-religiosity-in-her-voice-plays-to-true-believers-at-city-winery-monday/)
on 11 November 2013.
Retrieved 17 December 2013.
External links
Official John Reynolds website
John Reynolds at AllMusic

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