John Fields

  • John Fields is an internationally recognized, multi-platinum writer/producer/mixer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music business.

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  • Meet Me @ The Altar

    John produced the band's debut album, including the single "Say It (To My Face)" which is the current soundtrack for Taco Bell, and the song "Give It Up" which John co-wrote. The album is one of Consequence's "most anticipated albums of 2023," while the band has been named one of the "15 Rising Artists to Watch in 2023."
  • Ben Rector
    'The Joy of Music'

    John produced 11 tracks from this album, including Supernatural (ft. Dave Koz), Living My Best Life, Steady Love, Heroes, Thank you, Daughter, Hanging Out (ft. Kenny G), We Will Never Be This Young Again, It Would Be You, Joy, and Sunday, which is the official anthem for ESPN's 2022 season of Sunday Night Baseball.
  • Soul Asylum
    'Hurry Up and Wait'

    The latest release by Soul Asylum is their fourth album with John Fields. These songs were recorded in Minneapolis' Nicollet Studios, where the band cut its early Twin/Tone albums, and where both John Fields and Dave Pirner now call home.
  • Ben Rector 'Magic'
    John produced and recorded the single "Old Friends" along with "Duo" and "Sometimes," which he also co-mixed with Paul David Hager.
    • #1 iTunes Singer/Songwriter Album
    • #1 Americana/Folk Album
    • #4 iTunes Album
    • #6 Digital Album
    • #7 Top Rock Album
  • Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown
    John mixed the band's self-titled album which is described as "another significant step forward in the evolution of this notable roots-rock band."
  • Busted 'Night Driver'
    John produced, recorded and co-mixed (with Paul David Hager) this album. He also co-wrote 10 songs.
    • #1 UK iTunes Album
    • #13 debut on UK Albums chart
  • Arkells 'Morning Report'
    John co-wrote "My Heart's Always Yours" from this album.
    • #3 Alternative Song in CAN
    • #4 Rock Song in CAN
    • #3 Album in CAN
    • Certified Gold
    • Juno Nominee "Rock Album of the Year"
  • Nick Jonas feat. Shania Twain
    "Say All You Want For Christmas"

    John produced, recorded and co-mixed (with Paul David Hager) this single.
  • Switchfoot 'Where the Light Shines Through'
    John produced (with the band), recorded and co-mixed (with Paul David Hager) this album.
    • #1 Hot AC ("Live It Well")
    • #3 Top Rock Album
    • #3 Alternative Album
    • #3 Digital Album
    • #10 debut on Billboard Top 200
  • Parachute 'Wide Awake'
    John produced and recorded this album.
    • #1 iTunes Pop Album debut
  • Andrew W.K. 'I Get Wet'
    John co-produced and recorded this album, including the single "Party Hard." VH1 named the song as one of the Best Hard Rock Songs of all time, while Pitchfork Media listed it on the Top 500 tracks of the 2000s.
    • #1 Heatseeker Album
    • #2 Rock's Best Albums of the Decade (Rhapsody)
    For years, John has produced records for indie artists - some of whom had left a major label, others who would go on to sign new record deals, and still others who remain independent. Check 'em out here!
  • Demi Lovato
    'Here We Go Again'

    John produced, recorded and co-mixed this album. He also co-wrote and performed on several tracks.
    • #1 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #1 Digital Album
    • #1 iTunes Album
    • #5 Canadian Album
  • Switchfoot
    'The Beautiful Letdown'

    Produced and recorded by John, this album sold over 2.7 million copies in the US launching the band into the mainstream. It includes the hit singles "Meant To Live" and "Dare You To Move." The album won five Dove Awards and was ranked among Billboard's Hot 200 Albums of the Decade.
    • #1 Top Christian Album
    • 2x Platinum in US
    • Gold in CAN
  • Parachute 'The Way It Was'
    John produced and recorded this album, which features the singles "Something To Believe In," "Kiss Me Slowly," "What I Know," and "You And Me."
    • #1 iTunes Rock Album
    • #4 Billboard Digital Album
    • #7 Top Rock Album
    • #1 iTunes Rock Single
      ("Kiss Me Slowly")
    • Gold in US ("Kiss Me Slowly")
  • Pink 'Try This'
    John mixed and/or provided add'l production on six tracks including the single, "Trouble," which won a Grammy for "Best Female Rock Vocal." He mixed "God Is A DJ," "Catch Me," "Try Too Hard," "Humble" and "Walk Away." The album is Platinum in the US, CAN, UK & AUS. It was a Top 10 album in 8 countries.
  • Miley Cyrus 'Breakout'
    The album's first single, "7 Things," was produced and recorded by John. It became her highest charting single at the time.
    • #1 most added at Top 40 Radio
    • #2 at iTunes
    • #4 Hot Digital Song
    • #9 Hot 100
    • Platinum in US
  • Switchfoot
    'Nothing Is Sound'

    John produced and recorded the band's fifth studio album. It was nominated for three Dove Awards and was certified Gold within the first month of its release.
    • #1 Top Christian Album
    • #3 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • Gold in US ("Stars")
  • Jonas Brothers 'Jonas Brothers'
    John produced and recorded the brothers' international debut album. It features the singles "Year 3000," "Hold On," "SOS" and "When You Look Me In The Eye."
    • #5 debut on Billboard's Top 200
    • 2x Platinum in US
    • Gold in UK
  • Jimmy Eat World
    'Chase This Light'

    John provided additional production on 7 tracks, including the first single "Big Casino," "Let It Happen," "Always Be," "Electable," "Feeling Lucky," "Here It Goes," "Dizzy"
    • #5 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #2 Alternative Album
    • #3 iTunes Album
    • #3 Rock Album
    Including "Big Casino":
    • #6 at Alternative Radio
    • #6 Modern Rock Song
  • The Presets 'Apocalypso'
    John mixed "My People," "This Boy's In Love," and "Talk Like That" from this double platinum album, which won three ARIA Awards and one J Award for Album of the Year.
    • #1 debut ARIA Albums Chart
    • ARIA Award Winner:
    • Album of the Year
      Best Group
      Best Dance Release
    Including "My People":
    • #2 Dance Song in AUS
  • Cut Copy 'In Ghost Colours'
    John recorded, mixed and provided additional production on "Feel The Love," "Out There On The Ice," "So Haunted," and the single "Lights & Music." It is the band's most successful single to date.
    • #1 ARIA Album debut
    • Triple J Nominee for "Album of the Year" (2008)
    • Gold in AUS
  • Jonas Brothers
    'A Little Bit Longer'

    John produced, recorded and co-wrote this album, which was ranked among the "Best 50 Album of 2008" by Rolling Stone. Twelve tracks from the album have placed on Billboard's charts.
    • #1 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #1 iTunes album
    • 2x Platinum in Canada
    • Platinum in US
    • Gold in UK
  • Soul Asylum
    'Delayed Reaction'

    John produced, recorded and co-mixed the band's tenth studio album.
  • Anastasia 'Resurrection'
    John co-wrote and produced "Evolution," "Dark White Girl," and "Apology" from this album. The album was a commercial success in Europe: top five in Italy, Germany and Switzerland, and top ten in the Dutch and UK charts.
    • #2 Independent Album in UK
    • #9 UK Top Album
  • Lifehouse 'Who We Are'
    John produced the single "Broken," which has charted on Billboard's Hot 100, Pop 100, Adult Top 40 and Hot Digital charts.
    The album debuted in the top twenty of Billboard's Rock, Alternative and Digital Album charts, and has certified Gold in the US.
  • Jessie James Decker
    'Comin Home'

    John produced, recorded and co-mixed "Comin Home," "Girls Night" and "Rain on the Roof of this Car" from this debut EP.
    • #5 Country Album
    • #4 Independent Album
    • #28 Billboard Top 200
  • All Time Low
    'Dirty Work'

    John co-wrote, produced and recorded "Forget About It" from the album Dirty Work, which reached the Top 20 in AUS, CAN, Japan, UK and US.
    • #1 Rock Album
    • #1 Alternative Album
    • #6 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • "Best Live Band" winner (Kerrang! Awards 2011)
  • Selena Gomez
    'Kiss & Tell'

    John produced, recorded and co-wrote "I Won't Apologize" from her debut album.
    • #9 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • Gold in US
  • Rooney
    'Calling The World'

    The band's second studio album was produced, recorded and mixed by John.
    • #42 Billboard Top 200 debut
    Including the single "When Did Your Heart Go Missing
    • #29 UK iTunes
    • #18 in Italy
  • Soul Asylum
    'The Silver Lining'

    Produced and recorded by John, this album was the last with original bassist Karl Mueller, who died from cancer before the album was released. It includes the single "Stand Up And Be Strong," which was used in ABC and ESPN's college football 2006-2007 season.
  • Delta Goodrem 'Innocent Eyes'
    John produced and recorded the title track, "Innocent Eyes." This platinum-selling track was nominated for an ARIA Award for "Highest Selling Single" and was the 2nd best selling album by an Australian female singer in the 00's, behind Kylie Minogue.
    • #1 single in AUS
    • #1 album in AUS for 27 consecutive weeks
    • Longest running AUS album to ever top the charts
    • 14x Platinum in Australia
  • Demi Lovato
    'Don't Forget'

    Demi's debut album was produced and recorded by John, who and co-wrote several tracks as well.
    • #1 iTunes Album
    • #2 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • Gold in US
  • Backstreet Boys
    'Never Gone'

    John produced, recorded and mixed "Crawling Back To You" and "Lose It All" from this Platinum album.
    • #3 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #1 album in CAN, GER, CHL
    • Gold in AUS, GER, MEX, RUS, UK
  • Glen Phillips
    'Winter Pays For Summer'

    Glen is best known as the singer of Toad The Wet Sprocket. 'Winter' is his second solo album, and features appearances by Ben Folds, Jon Foreman, Sam Phillips and Kristin Mooney.
  • Mandy Moore

    John produced, recorded and mixed this album of cover songs from the 70's and 80's, with songs written by Todd Rundgren, Carole King, Elton John, Cat Stevens, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon.
  • The Dollyrots
    'Barefoot + Pregnant'

    John produced, recorded and mixed the band's fifth studio album.
    • #7 Heatseeker Album
  • The Rembrandts
    'Lost Together'

    John produced and recorded the band's fifth album.
  • Evan and Jaron
    'Evan and Jaron'

    John produced and recorded this debut album, which features songs used on the soundtracks for Runaway Bride and Serendipity. It includes the duo's highest charting single, "Crazy for This Girl."
    • #4 Heatseekers Album
    • #15 Billboard Hot 100
  • Clay Aiken
    'A Thousand Different Ways'

    John produced and recorded the first single, "Without You," as well as "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)," "These Open Arms," "Right Here Waiting," "When I See You Smile," and "A Thousand Days."
    • #2 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #3 Digital Album
  • Nick Jonas & the Administration 'Who I Am'
    Not only did John produce Nick's debut album, he was a performer on the album, co-wrote the track "State of Emergency," and was a touring member of the band.
    • #3 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #4 Canadian Album
  • Jonas Brothers
    'Lines, Vines and Trying Times'

    John produced and recorded three albums for the Jonas Brothers, which sold over 17 million copies worldwide. 'Lines, Vines...,' also co-mixed by John, is certified Platinum in Canada, and Gold in the US, Mexico, Italy, Spain, Brazil and Argentina.
    • #1 Billboard Top 200 debut
    • #1 iTunes Album
    • #1 Canadian Album
  • Greazy Meal 'Universes Baby'
    Greazy Meal began in '95 when Fields and a group of other Minn. musicians who shared a love for 70's & 80's soul & R&B classics started a weekly gig at the Cabooze club in Minn. Soon their Sunday night shows packed in 700-1000 people. Guests artists began to drop in on the shows, including Chaka Khan who performed her classic "Tell Me Something Good" with the band. Greazy Meal released 3 albums before parting ways.
  • Demi Lovato "I Will Survive"
    John produced and mixed this track for the Angry Birds Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.