Stuart Epps, an award-winning UK music producer, has collaborated with renowned artists like Robbie Williams, Oasis, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, and Twisted Sister. His journey in music began at a young age, developing a passion for singing and experimenting with recording sounds. At 15, Epps joined Dick James Music and worked his way up to becoming an assistant engineer, collaborating with Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Later, he joined The Mill studios as a head engineer, working with artists such as Elton John, George Harrison, Bill Wyman, and Paul Rodgers. Epps also played a role in producing Twisted Sister’s debut album, gaining transatlantic rock appeal.
In the 1990s, Epps managed Wheeler End studio, working with Oasis, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, and Paul Weller. He continued to collaborate with established artists and support emerging musicians. With over 45 years of experience, Epps embraces new technologies and launched Epps Records to provide professional feedback and support to unsigned artists.
Throughout his career, Epps values the human connection in the music industry and maintains a disciplined and confident approach. He learned from his time working with Gus Dudgeon and adapts to new technologies while nurturing emerging talent. Stuart Epps remains a significant figure in the music industry, bringing his wealth of experience and passion to his work as a music producer.