ROBERT "ROB" CAVALLO
Rob Cavallo was born March 21, 1963 in Washington, DC and is a music producer, musician and the current chairman of Warner Bros. Records.
Rob Cavallo moved to Los Angeles, California with his family at age 10.
Mr. Cavallo graduated from the University of Southern California in 1985 with a B.A. in English.
Mr. Cavallo then attended the Dick Grove School of Music for additional, formal training in music.
Mr. Cavallo went on to produce multiple platinum-selling albums and hit songs.
Some of the platinum-selling albums Rob Cavallo produced include:
Green Day’s; Dookie, American Idiot, Nimrod, Bullet in a Bible, and Warning.
Goo Goo Doll’s; Dizzy Up the Girl, A Boy Named Goo and Gutterflower.
My Chemical Romance's; The Black Parade.
Dave Matthews Band’s; Big Whiskey and the Groogrux King.
Phil Collins's; Testify.
Kid Rock’s; Rock and Roll Jesus.
Mr. Cavallo has won three Grammy awards:
1998 Producer of the Year;
2004 Best Rock Album for producing Green Day’s "American Idiot";
2005 Record of the Year for producing Green Day’s "Boulevard of Broken Dreams".
Please join us in welcoming Rob Cavallo to the
ISR Alternative 2 Radio Hall of Fame!