Neal Pogue is a hugely talented and successful mixer best recognized for his work with major acts such as Outkast (Arista), TLC (Arista), Pink (LaFace) and Nelly Furtado (Dreamworks). In 2004, Neal's work mixing the 11-times Platinum Outkast album "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below" (Arista) led him to winning a Grammy for the smash hit "Hey Ya!". He co-produced the song "Let My Hair Down" on the international version of Nelly Furtado's latest album "Loose" (Dreamworks), and did additional production and mixed 5 tracks on Donavon Frankenreiter's latest album "Move By Yourself" (Lost Highway).
Neal Pogue played his part in music history when the TLC album "CrazySexyCool", on which he mixed the hit single "Waterfalls", was one of the first albums to receive RIAA Diamond certification for selling over 10 million copies.
Neal Pogue began his career in Los Angeles in the 80's as an aspiring musician in the band The Bobsys. It was during this time that Pogue began to learn audio production. His ambition eventually caught the eye of Randy Jackson of the infamous Jackson family. After working as second engineer on a studio album for Jackson's band Randy and the Gypsys, Pogue relocated to Atlanta where his production and mixing career well and truly took off. In 2005, Neal Pogue had the great honor of mixing 6 tracks on "A Time To Love" (Universal): Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years.