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Joe Zook
  • Joe Zook
    Mixer / Engineer

 
Artists who have worked with Zook include OneRepublic, Magic Giant, Katy Perry, P!nk, Kelly Clarkson, Moby, Serena Ryder, Ella Henderson, Andy Grammer, Rachel Platten, Shawn Hook, Modest Mouse, The Hives, One Direction, Dashboard Confessional, Weezer, Jewel, Brooke Fraser, Colbie Caillat, Marc Broussard and Butch Walker.

Joe’s current highlights include:
Magic Giant- “Set On Fire”, #4 Spotify viral songs and Top 20 Alternative radio and “Window” Top 30 Hot A/C and climbing.
AJR- “Weak” Platinum Single and Top 20 Pop radio
The Heirs- Six weeks at #1 on KROQ “Locals Only”, “Suburban Wonderland”, Top 40 Hot A/C
Scott Helman (4) Top Ten hits including “PDA” and “Kinda Complicated”
Grace VanderWaal – Mixed “Insane Sometimes” and “Burned” from the album Just The Beginning
Andy Grammer – Mixed several songs from his new album, The Good Parts.
Rachel Platten – Mixed several songs from the new album, Waves.
Serena Ryder– Mixed two Top Ten singles from her new album, Utopia, “Electric Love” and “Got Your Number”. Third single “Ice Age” charting now.
U2 – Mixed the radio single, “Every Breaking Wave,” #7 Adult Alternative.
Ella Henderson – Mixed “Ghost”, Platinum in US and 5x Platinum worldwide
Cassius feat Ryan Tedder“The Missing
Dan Tyminski – Mixed debut Album Southern Gothic

Zook’s longstanding partnership with Ryan Tedder has generated singles sales in excess of 30 million, including six (6) Top 5 hits with OneRepublic (“Counting Stars,” “Stop and Stare,” “All the Right Moves,” “Secrets,” “Good Life,” and “Apologize”). The two have also worked together with several other artists such as Leona Lewis, Kelly Clarkson, Colbie Caillat, Sara Bareilles, Jordin Sparks, Adam Lambert, Beyoncé, Sky Ferreira, ZZ Ward, and Faith Hill.

Other Zook career highlights include Katy Perry’s multi-platinum album One of the Boys. Joe mixed nine songs including the #1 Single “Waking Up In Vegas” and the #8 single “Thinking Of You”. He also recorded and mixed Modest Mouse’s We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.