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From Neil Young to Bob Dylan, Canadian producer Mark Howard shares stories from the studio

Grammy Award-winning Canadian music producer Mark Howard shares his memories of working with artists like Bob Dylan, Neil Young and the Tragically Hip, just to name a few.
Mark Howard in the studio with Bob Dylan. (Bob Lanois)
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In his new memoir titled Listen Up!, Grammy Award-winning Canadian music producer Mark Howard shares his memories of working with artists like Bob Dylan, Neil Young, U2, R.E.M., Joni Mitchell and Iggy Pop, just to name a few. He joined us to share a few stories from the studio and reveal some of the odd rituals these musicians employ to create great tunes. Howard's memoir is out now.

Canadian record producer and sound engineer Mark Howard. (Karen Kuehn)

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