For one half a century, Grammy Award winning recording engineer and mixer Reggie Dozier has been behind the recording console creating American musical history with legendary musical artists at Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, United Artists, Universal Pictures, Motown, Atlantic, A&M Records, ABC, Columbia, and Capitol Records. Since the first time he pushed the record button in 1958, he has made a significant contribution as one of the founding architects of popular commercial music recording methods in the United States. For his engineering work on Outkast's album Speakerboxx/The Love Below, he was awarded the 2004 Grammy for Outstanding Engineering, and also he engineered 7 other Grammy Award winning records. For Universal Pictures, he engineered the soundtrack for the motion picture "Endless Love," and its classic title song sung by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie was nominated for an Academy Award. The song shot to #1 on the Billboard charts, and went on to be the best selling single of 1981.
Among the many legendary artists he has worked with are: Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, Lionel Richie, Johnny Mathis, Aretha Franklin, Phil Collins, Natalie Cole, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Kenny Rogers, Miles Davis, Patti La-Belle, Brian McKnight, Outkast, Mary J. Blige, The Four Tops, B.B. King, Mayrilyn McCoo, Billy Davis, Jr., Marvin Gaye, James Ingram, Wayne Henderson, the Isley Brothers, and the Tempations.