Luke Reynolds (born April 20, 1979) is an American musician, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, session musician, field recordist and producer. He is a founding member of the bands Blue Merle and Pictures And Sound and is a member of the acclaimed band Guster.
Reynolds has released four solo albums. His recently completed fifth album, Vanishing Places, was written and recorded based on a series of field recordings he made in Bears Ears National Monument earlier this year. James Gadson played drums and Lars Horntveth contributed horns, woodwinds, and keyboards.
As a session musician, he has worked on wide-ranging projects from Sharon Van Etten (Remind Me Tomorrow) and Neko Case (Hell-On), to and Sarah Jarosz (3x Grammy Award winning album Undercurrent) and Miranda Lambert (ACM Album of the Year The Weight of These Wings).
Most recently, Guster announced their forthcoming album Look Alive, recorded with producers Leo Abrahams and John Congleton. This is the band's second album with Reynolds as a full member and co-writer, following their Richard Swift produced LP, Evermotion.
Originally from Vermont, he is currently based in Nashville, TN where he lives with his wife and daughter.