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We were also blessed to have Grammy winning Alan Sanderson engineer Noah’s album. Alan has worked with such artist’s as Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Weezer, Elvis Costello and Fleetwood Mac. Alan has engineered for notable producers such as Don Was, Bill Bottrell and Glyn Johns, having earned 11 RIAA-Certified Gold and Platinum Recordings. On February 13, 2011 Sanderson was awarded a Grammy for his participation in the recording of the album Hello Hurricane by Switchfoot.