overviewBryan David "Butch" Vig (born August 2, 1955), nicknamed Nevermind Man, is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer, best known as the drummer and co-producer of alternative rock band Garbage and diamond producer . bestselling album Nevermind by Nirvana.
A native of Wisconsin, Vig began most of his career in Madison, from studying at the University of Wisconsin, performing in local bands Spooner and Fire Town, and then founding his own studio studio, Smart Studios, with his bandmate. Steve Marker in town. After gaining recognition as a producer, he formed and played drums with Garbage, who sold 17 million records over a ten-year period. Vig returned full-time in 2005. Garbage entered the hiatus in 2005. The group met in 2010 to record material for their fifth album.
In 2012, Vig was ranked ninth in NME's Top 50 Best Producers Ever. Job name Rock drummer music producer
Country of nationality United States of America
Birthday August 2, 1957
place of birth Wisconsin
band name Group name = Trash
Academic past University of Wisconsin dropout
Career He attended the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine with a father with a doctor, but moved on to the film major two years later. While in college, I met Duke Erickson (guitar-based keyboard) and Steve Marker (guitar-based) and started music activities together. I also bought a tape recorder and started joint management of a music studio. He has also worked as a producer and worked on the indie scene in the US with hardcore bands like Todd and King Snake Lost. In 1991, he was responsible for producing the album "Nevermind" by Kurt Cobain-led Nirvana, which broke the box office with more than 10 million copies sold worldwide, and is known by his name. Around this time, Duke planned to form a band with Steve, British female vocalist of '94 Angelfish Shirley Manson (vocal guitar) was added to form a litter and was in charge of his own drums. Announced '95 debut album 'G' and went platinum disc in both the UK and the US. Additionally, that same year, the band was named best newcomer by the American music magazine "Rolling Stone" and was nominated for one rookie award and three Grammy awards. The '98 second album 'Version 2.0' was the first to chart in the UK, France and other European countries and sold 6 million copies worldwide. He is responsible for the song of the movie '99 Film / 007 / The World is not Inaf'. We released the album "Beautiful Garbage" in 2001. We will start making the fourth album from 2003, but there are frequent accidents in the members, such as the epidemic of hepatitis A, and there are also disagreements in the group, and the production is difficult. After a production run of nearly two years in 2005, he released the album "Breed Like Me" and embarked on a world tour, but Australia announced the event was suspended at the end of the show. In 2007, he recorded a new song for Garbage's best album "Absolute Garbage" and continued his band. The 2012 album "Not Your Kind" was released.