Stevie Nicks Chris Lord-Alge
Stevie Nicks with her friend and longtime collaborator Chris Lord-Alge (Photo: chrislordalge.com)

Chris Lord-Alge honored at Pensado Awards

On August 20, veteran music studio professional Chris Lord-Alge was honored at the Pensado Awards, an industry event acknowledging top music producers, engineers, and mixers. Stevie Nicks — along with Bruce Springsteen, Dwight Yoakam, Steven Tyler, and others — honored Lord-Alge with a taped tribute highlighting his many accomplishments.

Chris Lord-Alge has worked on a number of projects for Nicks over the years, including remixing tracks for her 1991 greatest hits compilation Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks and mixing her 2001 album Trouble in Shangri-La. The latter album included the Grammy-Award-nominated single “Planets of the Universe.”

Chris Lord-Alge’s brother Tom, also an engineer/mixer, remixed Stevie Nicks’ “Whole Lotta Trouble” single in 1989.

Read more about the awards ceremony here.

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