Ken Caillat’s recordings have sold over 50 million copies. His record production and engineering efforts earned him numerous Grammy nominations and include an Album of the Year Grammy and Best Engineered Album Grammy Nomination for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”, the third largest selling album of all time. In addition to engineering and producing other Fleetwood Mac titles; “Tusk”, “Mirage”, “Live”, and The Chain Box Set, his credits also include such stars as Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson as well as Christine McVie’s solo album, “In The Meantime” (2002) in London, her first album in over 10 years.
In addition to Ken’s many talents, he is also a producer, engineer, director, author and musician. In his 2012 book release titled, “Making Rumours”, Ken brilliantly chronicled a memoir of his experiences co-producing and engineering the 1977 “Rumours” album.