Kipper Eldridge

Kipper Eldridge

Kipper Eldridge is a highly accomplished producer, musician, writer, and programmer who has won Grammy and Emmy awards for his work. Over the years he has worked with a range of artists like Sting, Mary J Blige, Stevie Wonder and more. He has also produced albums that have sold over 14 million copies.

Kipper’s passion for music began at a young age when his father gave him his first guitar at 7. He progressed quickly, writing his own songs and later forming the band One Nation, which signed to IRS/MCA. After producing two albums and touring extensively Kipper decided to focus on production and writing. He’s previously worked extensively with Gary Numan, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Curtis Stigers. He’s also worked on numerous Hollywood film underscores with legendary film composer Trevor Jones.

Kipper also produced Sting’s best-selling solo album, Brand New Day, for which he won a Grammy for Best Pop Album. In addition, he’s also toured as Sting’s MD/Keyboard player for five years and produced two follow-up albums.

Most recently, Kipper has collaborated with Bang and Olufsen on a bespoke album project under his own name. He’s also produced with up-and-coming Hackney artist Benjamin David and completed an album with Javanese artist Rico Mahesi under the production banner of ESP.

He has his own mix room in Bali and partners with Labyrinth Studios Nyenyi, giving him a world-class facility in Asia. However, his love of London’s energy, artists, and studios means he still travels frequently.