Gregg Wattenberg


Gregg Wattenberg has co-written and/or produced eight Billboard #1 hit songs, including: “Easy Tonight” by Five For Fighting (#1 on the Billboard Adult Alternative chart); “Superman (It’s Not Easy)” by Five For Fighting (Platinum, #1 on the Billboard US Adult Top 40); “100 Years” by Five For Fighting (Platinum, #1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart); “It’s Not Over” by Daughtry (multi-Platinum, #1 on both the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart and Adult Pop Chart); “Shattered (Turn the Car Around)” by O.A.R. (Platinum, #1 on the Billboard Adult Alternative chart); “Hey, Soul Sister” by Train (6X Multi-Platinum, #1 on the Billboard Adult Pop, Adult Contemporary, and Digital Song Sales charts); “If It’s Love” by Train (#1 on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart); and “Gone, Gone, Gone” by Phillip Phillips (multi-Platinum, #1 on a total of eight Billboard charts including the Adult Contemporary chart and the Adult Alternative Songs chart).

Wattenberg has also co-written and produced numerous other singles that reached the Top 10 on a variety of Billboard charts including “Chances” by Five For Fighting, “Let Love In” by the Goo Goo Dolls, “Living in a Dream” by Finger Eleven, “Raging Fire” by Phillip Phillips, and “Fire Escape” by Andrew McMahon.

Among Wattenberg’s many awards and recognitions include a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song (“It’s Not Over” by Daughtry), ASCAP Song of the Year (“Hey, Soul Sister” by Train, 2010), and multiple ASCAP Pop Awards (“It’s Not Over” by Daughtry, “If It’s Love” by Train, “Shattered (Turn the Car Around)” by O.A.R.), to name a few.


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