Monthly Archives: July 2011

  • Producer's Corner with Pete Droge


    From the time that he signed with Rick Rubin's American Recordings in 1993, Pete Droge has enjoyed a successful, multifaceted career as a recording artist, songwriter, producer, and composer. Beginning with his breakout hit “If You Don't Love Me (I'll Kill Myself),” which was featured in the blockbuster Dumb and Dumber, Pete Droge has gone on to compose and license original music for television and film.

    In addition to composing and licensing music, Pete Droge has led a successful career as a recording artist, having released five full-length albums under his own moniker. Over the years, Droge has joined forces with a number of artists, both as a producer and co-writer, including fruitful collaborations with long-time friend Stone Gossard, of Pearl Jam. In 2003, Droge teamed up with Matthew Sweet and Shawn Mullins to form their side-project harmony band, The Thorns, releasing a rootsy self-titled album on Columbia. Continue reading

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