Danny Greenspoon is a producer, engineer, guitar player, film composer, and President of The Audio Truck Inc, a mobile recording studio with which he has recorded some of the biggest acts in the world for television, radio, and record.
He was nominated four years running for the Gemini for best sound, and was awarded the 2007 Gemini Award for Best Sound in a Variety Program for “The Gospel Challenge”.
As a record producer, he has produced over fifty albums, including Great Big Sea, Ian Tyson, Colm Wilkinson, Sophie Milman, Jane Bunnett and Spirit Of The West. The albums have garnered 4 JUNO Award wins out of seventeen JUNO nominations, including a 2012 nomination for Blues Recording Of The Year. Danny received the 2007 Gemini Award for Best Sound in a Performing Arts Program, and the 1991 Gemini Award for Best Original Music Score for the documentary My Grandparents Had A Hotel.
In Radio, Danny was the principal Popular Music recording producer for CBC Radio in the Toronto area from 1989 – 1996, and, in this capacity, produced hundreds of recordings of Jazz, popular, folk, country and world music, for broadcast and commercial release.
In addition to all this, as a guitarist he has accompanied some of the biggest names in the country, including long stints with Murray McLauchlan, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Sylvia Tyson and The Great Speckled Bird and The Romaniacs.