Gregg Alexander (born 4 May 1970 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA) is best known as the producer/singer/songwriter behind the New Radicals, who scored the international hit "You Get What You Give" in late 1998.
Since disbanding the group in summer 1999, Alexander has written and produced songs for artists such as Ronan Keating, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Enrique Iglesias and Melanie C, fellow ex-New Radical Danielle Brisebois and most noteworthy the song "The Game Of Love" by Santana and Michelle Branch, which earned him a Grammy in 2003.
= Gregg Alexander was born on 4 May 1970 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. His father, Tony, was a plumber and his mother, Sharon, a Jehovah's Witness. He also had a brother, Stephen, and a sister, Caroline. Alexander quickly developed into a multi-talented musician after receiving his first guitar at the age of 12. By the age of 16 he signed his first recording contract with A&M. He worked on his debut album with producer Rick Nowels for over two years. However, the 1989 release, originally entitled Save Me From Myself, was renamed Michigan Rain at the last minute. This teamed with bad marketing...