Garth Richardson is a multiple Juno-Award-winning producer who has worked with some of the best names in the music business, including the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ozzy Osbourne, Kiss, Alice Cooper, and White Lion. Richardson produced Rage Against the Machine’s self-titled epic debut album, which earned him a Grammy nomination.
Very recently, Richardson, along with music icon, Bob Ezrin, produced the hit version of K’naan’s “Wavin’ Flag” by Young Artists for Haiti, which debuted at number one on Billboard Magazine’s Canadian Hot 100. The accompanying video became a web video phenomenon, accruing more than a million plays in just a couple of months.
Richardson and Ezrin are also two of the founders of Nimbus School of Recording Arts, a unique music production training program dedicating to readying the next generation of music producers, technicians, management executives and performers. Nimbus staff are all working, respected music professionals and students learn on top notch industry standard equipment.
Richardson splits his time between New York, where he is in production on a new album, and his home in Vancouver, where Nimbus is located. Richardson is the son legendary producer Jack Richardson, producer of, amongst many others, The Guess Who.