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Greg Kurstin
Greg Kurstin
Background information
Birth name: Gregory Allen Kurstin
Born: 14 May 1969
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation(s): Producer · songwriter · multi-instrumentalist
Career
Genres: Rock · pop · alternative
Instruments: Keyboards · guitar · bass · drums · vocals
Years active: 1996-present
Collaborations with Sia: We Are Born · 1000 Forms of Fear · Annie · This Is Acting

Gregory Allen "Greg" Kurstin (born May 14, 1969) is an American producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

In 2014, Kurstin, along with Sia and Will Gluck, was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for "Opportunity" from Annie. He also received two Grammy nominations in 2014, one for Producer of the Year and one for Record of the Year. He was nominated for his work as a producer in 2009, and won three Ivor Novello awards for his work with Lily Allen, including Songwriter of the Year for the song "The Fear."

Kurstin was nominated for the 2013 Grammy Awards in the Song of the Year and Record of the Year categories for his work on Kelly Clarkson's multi-platinum single "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)". Kurstin was also involved with P!nk's Grammy-nominated album The Truth About Love and Clarkson's album Stronger, which won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album in 2013.

In addition to his work as a songwriter and producer, Kurstin was the keyboardist for the '90s alt-pop trio Geggy Tah and is a member of the indie pop group The Bird and the Bee.

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