Record Producer, Songwriter, Author, Mentor
Charlie’s storied career of songwriting and producing spans more than thirty years and he is noted for his versatility for writing and or producing for a wide range of notable and varied artists such as: James Brown, Joni Mitchell, Katie Perry, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Cher, Idina Menzel, Barbra Streisand, Hilary Duff, Seal, Joe Cocker, Billy Joel, Jamey Johnson, Andrea Bocelli,
Chaka Khan, The Doobie Brothers, John Waite, Paul Young, Dan Hartman, and George Thorogood
to name a few.
His Grammy® nomination for James Brown’s “Living in America” earned Charlie a place in music history with James Brown receiving his first Grammy® for Best Male Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance as well as Charlie receiving the Grammy® nomination for Best R&B Song.
Among his many achievements are: a Golden Globe® nomination for "Why Should I Worry,” sung by Billy Joel for Walt Disney’s classic film "Oliver and Company,” a Golden Globe® nomination for "A Woman Loves A Man," sung by Joe Cocker for the feature film "Bull Durham,” a Grammy® Award for Best Pop Album for the Joni Mitchell "Turbulent Indigo” Album and “My Way To You” with Jamey Johnson for his “The Guitar Song” Album. “The Guitar Song” earned a Grammy® Award for Best Country Album.
Charlie's passion continues to guide him as he lives by his credo:
To never look back and say “what if” but to look around and say “what now” and to look ahead and say “what next” and let the creating and the doing be an end in and of itself and most importantly to “let your passion fuel you.”
Charlie Midnight is a Multi-Grammy® award winning and Golden Globe® nominated Record Producer and Songwriter who has been involved in the writing, conceptualization and production of albums throughout his career that have sold in excess of
50 million copies world-wide.