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Pictured (l-r): ASCAP's Evan Trindl and Jamie McLaughlin, Greg Kurstin, ASCAP's Brendan Okrent and Sue Drew
For a long time now, ASCAP writer-producer Greg Kurstin has been the guy you go to when you want a little bit of artsy quirk in your pop and vice-versa. He's done it for Lilly Allen and Sia, Mike Posner and Marina and the Diamonds, Donna Summer and Devo; he did it with his '90s band Geggy Tah, and his retro-pop duo the Bird & the Bee with Inara George.
This year, Kurstin's also the guy you go to when you want a #1 record. The same week that his Pink co-write "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" topped the Radio Songs and Adult Pop Songs charts, ASCAP visited Kurstin in his studio to give him a #1 plaque for "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)," which Kurstin co-wrote and produced for Kelly Clarkson. The song reigned supreme on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three weeks in February, eventually becoming the best-selling single ever by an American Idol contestant.
Want to find out what else Greg Kurstin's been up to lately? Check out the 2012 releases by Santigold, The Shins, Tegan and Sara, Rita Ora, Sky Ferreira and Marina and the Diamonds.