Dr. Luke

Dr. Luke Brief Biography

Dr. Luke
Lukasz Sebastian "Dr. Luke" Gottwald (born September 26, 1973), is an American guitarist and record producer. Dr. Luke's professional music career began in the late night television sketch comedy Saturday Night Live as its house band's lead guitarist in 1997 and producing remixes for artists such as Bon Jovi and Gravediggaz. He came into music prominence in 2004 for producing Kelly Clarkson's single "Since U Been Gone" with Swedish record producer Max Martin.

Dr. Luke continued to co-write and produce commercially successful records such as "Who Knew" (2006) for Pink, "Girlfriend" (2007) for Avril Lavigne, and "I Kissed a Girl" (2008) for Katy Perry, before leaving Saturday Night Live and reuniting with Clarkson for "My Life Would Suck Without You" (2009).

Dr. Luke News

• Katy Perry and co-defendants to pay $2.8 million over 'Dark Horse' song
• Katy Perry loses copyright trial and will owe damages for 'Dark Horse' song
• Katy Perry testifies in court for 'Dark Horse' copyright trial
• Politcs at Grammys: #MeToo, Dreamers, Hillary Clinton take spotlight

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