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Stacy Parrish (born Stacy Parrish Whitehead, October 18, 1968 in St. Charles, Missouri and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico) is an American songwriter, musician, engineer, and producer.

Parrish solely played in bands from 1985 to 1998 and toured throughout the United States and recorded albums.

In 1998, Shaunna Hall (4 Non Blondes) contacted Parrish to engineer an album for a San Francisco band called The Flying Other Bros. Parrish moved to San Francisco to make that record and is still there. He has also established roots in Los Angeles where he has a studio in North Hollywood that serves as his West Coast home base.

Parrish met Jack Casady in San Francisco in 2000. Casady was brought in to work on The Flying Other Brothers' album San Francisco Sounds which Parrish was producing. Cassdy asked Parrish to engineer and mix Casady's first solo album, Dream Factor. Parrish co-wrote a song on that record called 'Daddies Little Girl', which was sung by Ivan Neville. In 2001, Parrish recorded several tracks for another Flying Other Brothers Band record called 52 Week High at Abbey Road Studios in London.

In 2004, Parrish met T-Bone Burnett, who hired Parrish to record his The True False Identity tour. Soon after, Parrish was hired to mix the front of house position for Burnett. In 2004, Parrish was brought in as an engineer for the Robert Plant/Alison Krauss record Raising Sand. The song "Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On)" won Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 50th Grammy Awards.

Parrish's other notable recording, mixing and engineering achievements include: Moonalice; The Story by Brandi Carlile; live mixes and recordings for The Coward Brothers with Elvis Costello and T-Bone Burnett; Neko Case live with T-Bone Burnett; John Cougar Mellencamp; and Doyle Bramhall II.

His feature film credits include: Across the Universe (recording/mixing engineer for The Beatles music); Fred Clause (recorded the Christmas music including the children's choir); and After the Flood (as music supervisor/producer).

His independent film credits include: Rebuilt (score); In Victor's Profession (score, sound design); My First Tooth (score, editor); Someone's Watching (sound design); Checkmate (editor, score, sound design); Overcoming Andrew (sound design, score); and Elotero (score, sound design).

His television and documentary credits include: Dog the Bounty Hunter season 4; Parking Wars season 2; and Music Makes a Better Person (sound recording engineer, music producer/supervisor).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stacy_parrish

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