Ron “Snake” Reynolds - Musicians Hall Of Fame & Museum

Ron “Snake” Reynolds

Ron “Snake” Reynolds started at Nugget Records owned by Fred Carter, Jr. in Goodlettesville, Tenn., where he signed an artist development and songwriting contract. In 1972, he started working as a staff engineer with Columbia Records Studios in Nashville. In his 10 years with Columbia, he engineered almost every artist in country music as well as pop artists such as Dave Loggins (“Please Come To Boston”), Elvis Costello, John Hiatt, J.J. Cale and many more. He has engineered over 600 Billboard Top 40 hits including 60 number ones, 100 gold, platinum and multi-platinum records, has received 9 Grammy citations, 6 Golden Reel Awards and two “Country Music Engineer Of The Year” awards. Reynolds was awarded one of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Nashville Section of the Audio Engineering Society.

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October 12, 2016

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