Jonny Greenwood is an English musician, composer, and producer known for his groundbreaking work with the band Radiohead and his solo work in the world of film scoring. His unique style has earned him recognition from critics and fans alike, and he has been involved in numerous accomplishments and collaborations with other influential artists.
Greenwood first rose to fame as the lead guitarist and keyboardist of Radiohead, one of the most innovative and influential rock bands of the past few decades. He has been involved in every Radiohead album since the release of their debut album “Pablo Honey” in 1993, and his contributions have been integral to the band’s success.
One of the milestones in Greenwood’s career was his work on the score for the 2007 film “There Will Be Blood,” directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Greenwood’s haunting and experimental score earned him critical acclaim and multiple award nominations, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score.
Greenwood has collaborated with numerous celebrities throughout his career, including director Paul Thomas Anderson on several films, including “There Will Be Blood” and “Phantom Thread.” He has also worked with the likes of Thom Yorke, Hans Zimmer, and Krzysztof Penderecki.