Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Ken Ehrlich is part of the Grammy Awards history, having produced 35 out of the 56 ceremonies. Yesterday, the producer's achievements were recognised with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The producer is beloved by music stars the world over for the attention that he poured into their Grammys performances. Pink for example stated that the producer pushed her to go ahead with her mesmerising performance of “Glitter in the air” which saw her soar above the audience in 2010. He is famous for creating the "Grammy Moments" such as Aretha Franklin's operatic debut and the duet between Elton John and Eminem.
Ehrlich is best known for his work on the Grammys but started his career by producing the PBS series Soundstage in Chicago. He has also been responsible for telecasting six Emmy Awards, has worked with Celine Dion on her Las Vegas show and produces an annual PBS show recorded in the East Room of the White House featuring artists such as Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan, Justing Timberlake and Ariana Grande.
With his 2015 schedule looking busier than ever and with the Grammys just around the corner followed by an all-star Grammy salute to Stevie Wonder, Ehrlich is set to continue to break new ground in music television production for year to come.