A three-time Grammy nominee, and twice nominated for an Emmy, Josiah Gluck is equally sought after as a producer/engineer for both studio and live recordings. This fall will mark Josiah’s 23rd season at “Saturday Night Live,” and his 19th year there as co-music engineer [and a TEC Award winner in 2008]. In just the past three seasons, millions of “SNL” viewers have heard his live, 5.1 surround mixes for Sir Paul McCartney, Foo Fighters, Rhianna, Phoenix, Gotye, Usher, Diddy-Dirty Money, Bon Iver, Florence & The Machine, Jay-Z, Michael Bublé, Kelly Clarkson, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and One Direction to name just a few. Josiah is also renowned for his superb jazz recordings -- both multitrack and live-to-2-track. He has engineered over 200 CDs for numerous labels and diverse artists such as Dave Grusin, Kevin Eubanks, Karrin Allyson, Billy Cobham, Dave Valentin, Curtis Stigers, Diane Schuur and Nnenna Freelon. Furthermore, Josiah is also much in demand as the “go-to” engineer for numerous regional Air Force bands, recording in such far flung locations as Anchorage and Omaha. Check out for more info...