Hugh Padgham

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Hugh Padgham
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Basic information
Birth name: Hugh Charles Padgham
Birth date: February 15, 1955
Origin: Amersham, England, UK
Occupation(s): Record producer / engineer
Associated acts: The Police, Sting, XTC...
Official website: OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Hugh Padgham co-produced The Police's last two albums and continued to produce some of Sting's solo albums. He's also well known for his work for artists such as XTC, Peter Gabriel, Genesis and Phil Collins

Biography

Hugh first met Sting at The Town House (where he worked as house engineer) in mid 1979 when Sting was producing Duggie Campbell's Enough To Make You Mine. He met Stewart Copeland at his Shepherd's Bush home in London on 1981-05-30, shortly after The Police unsuccessfully tried their last recording session with Nigel Gray at Surrey Sound Studios. His first meeting with Andy was on Montserrat.

Hugh worked with lots of artists that had loose connections with The Police, such as XTC, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Paul McCartney, Elton John and Youssou N'Dour.

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