Josh Wilbur's work can be heard on some of the most successful pop and rock albums of this decade, gaining him several Grammy Nominations and garnering a Grammy for Steve Earl's "Washington Square Serenade". Although currently known for his album productions with heavy metal juggernauts, Josh has a balanced and varied resume of productions. Josh spent the early 2000s as an engineer/mixer working with pop & R&B icons such as N*Sync, Lil' Kim and Blaque before heading full steam into the rock world. For the next few years, he began engineering and mixing for rock and pop powerhouses including Andy Wallace, GGGarth Richardson, Dr. Luke, and Max Martin. After honing his skills with such formidable mentors, Josh jumped into producing records, leading him into the heavy metal world. Here, Josh helped "Lamb of God" earn Grammy nominations on 3 different records. In addition to his production and mixing work, Josh currently mixes music for FOX's "The X-Factor".