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Brett Rosenberg

Brett Rosenberg
Toronto, ON, Canada
As one of the most sought after upcoming producers/songwriters on the Canadian/American and International scene, Brett Rosenberg has worked on projects such as Mark Jordan (EMI Canada), Jesse Labelle (Warner Music), Cléopatre (Mercury France), Velvet Empire (Universal), JackSOUL (BMG), and Laura Pausini (Warner Brothers). He has provided remixes for Craig David, played guitar for Jamelia (Parlophone), composed and produced music for Mattel (Barbie), Budweiser, Tim Horton’s, Dodge, Ford, Hot Wheels and Fisher Price, and has had many of his songs/productions go top 50 on Canadian radio. In early 2011, Brett produced the radio mix of Marc Jordan’s (EMI Canada) first single entitled “Falling Man” which has been added to major radio stations nation wide and is also featured on Marc’s album entitled “Crucifix in Dreamland”.

As a songwriter, Brett’s successes include: “Fly Away” featured on Jim Brickman’s grammy nominated album entitled “Faith”, as well as “Mon Amour” co- written with Brett’s longtime friend and British songwriter extraordinaire Blair Mackichan (Lilly Allen, Will Young, Trace Adkins) for the 2009 NRJ Music Award winning album and French musical “Cléopâtre, La Derrière Reine D’Egypte” (Mercury, France). The musical opened in Paris, France on January 29th, 2009 and due to its overwhelming success, 15 additional shows in Paris and 20 more in the rest of France were added. Brett is currently working with Stacey Kay and Eva Avila on their upcoming albums.

Brett, born and raised in Toronto, Canada, began his musical journey at the age of 4 with formal guitar and piano lessons at the Yamaha Music School; moved on to arts schools, and music production/technology classes at McGill University. His strength is working on many different styles of music, and collaborating with other songwriter’s and artists alike, as a producer and songwriter.

In 2005, Brett relocated to London, England and was invited to join an international band on the verge of a major record deal, playing guitar and singing backing vocals. Initially a Polydor & BMG venture “The Odd Dogs”, consisting of 2 Brits, a Russian, a Swede, an American and a Canadian, recorded an album and played shows all over England and did two tours of Sweden.
In 2008, returning focus to his main interest of music production & songwriting, Brett moved to Los Angeles, California where he spent 2 years.

Brett currently resides in Toronto, Canada.