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Consistent hit-making and songwriting in every style of music is Dennis Lambert's calling card. #1 records on every chart (Pop, R&B/HipHop, Rap, Country, A/C, Jazz & Dance) is an accomplishment that stands alone. With sales of his productions and songs in excess of 100 million, critical acclaim for his work abounds.....

12 Grammy Award nominations

2 American Music Awards for Record of the Year

1 Soul Train Award for Single of the Year

1 Academy of Country Music Award for Record of the Year

26 BMI "Most Performed" Song Awards

8 BMI "Million Performance" Awards

5 BMI "Multi-Million Performance" Awards

8 Billboard Top Producer Poll Awards

40 Gold & Platinum AwardsE-mail Dennis
Songwriting and producing as a young teenager in New York, Dennis moved to Los Angeles soon after where he lived and worked for twenty plus years. Returning to New York in the mid nineties, he enjoyed success with his music over a period that spans four decades. In 2003, Dennis relocated his home base to Boca Raton, Florida. While his work has remained relevant and innovative, from the fable-like "One Tin Soldier" (The Legend Of Billy Jack) in 1970 to the sophisticated hip hop of TLC's "Unpretty" remix in 2000....from the campy "Do The Freddie" in 1965 to the anthemic "We Built This City" in 1986.....from the pop standards, "Ain't No Woman {Like The One I've Got)" and "Don't Pull Your Love" in the early 70's to the R&B classics, "Nightshift" and "Don't Look Any Further" in the mid 80's, Dennis continues to explore new territory on both the songwriting and production fronts as the first decade of the 2000's is nearing the end.

With over six hundred songs written to date and close to 100 full length albums (or portions) produced, Dennis has made an enduring contribution to the very fabric of pop music. Stay tuned.........Visit the Lambert Dennis Earle BMI Page for a complete list of his works and awards