Grammy Winning Producer Greg Ladanyi Dead At 57
September 30, 2009 at 6:26 AM (PT)
Condolences to the family and friends of Grammy-winning rock producer GREG LADANYI, 57, who worked with JACKSON BROWNE, DON HENLEY, FLEETWOOD MAC and other rock bands, writes THE LOS ANGELES TIMES. LADANYI died TUESDAY in CYPRUS after suffering severe head trauma during an on-stage accident while on tour with singer ANNA VISSI.
LADANYI shared a GRAMMY in 1982 with three others for engineering TOTO's album "TOTO IV." "He received more than a dozen GRAMMY nominations, including as a producer on DON HENLEY's 'The Boys of Summer' in 1986, writes THE TIMES. "His production credits include FLEETWOOD MAC's 1990 album 'Behind the Mask,' guitar virtuoso JEFF HEALEY's 1988 album 'See the Light,' and THE CHURCH's 'Starfish' from 1988. LADANYI also worked on six albums with JACKSON BROWNE, starting as an engineer on 'The Pretender' in 1976."