We would like to extend congratulations to our studio family members that won Grammy awards for projects recorded here at Sound Emporium! Kacey Musgraves won big on Sunday night’s 61st Annual Grammy Awards. On top of taking home Best Album and Best Country Album for Golden Hour, her crossover smash produced by Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Read more about A Big Night at the Grammys![…]
News Channel 5 ran a great piece about the Recording Academy’s task force on inclusion and diversity launching a new initiative called “Women in the Mix.” Sound Emporium’s own Rachael Moore was interviewed, check out the video below and the entire story here: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/new-initiative-aims-at-getting-women-in-the-mix
Brittany McKenna wrote a great piece for The Rolling Stone detailing Josh Ritter’s new album collaboration with Sound Emporium Family Member, Jason Isbell. We’re very proud of both and are very excited for the upcoming release! To read more about the project, click here .
The next Grammy Award show will give recognition to a TON of talented Sound Emporium family members! Kacey Musgraves – Best Country Album, Album of the Year (Golden Hour); Best Country Solo Performance (Butterflies); Best Country Song (Space Cowboy) Margo Price – Best New Artist Willie Nelson – Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (My Way); Best American Read more about 2019 Grammy Award Nominations[…]
Congrats to Studio family member, Kacey Musgraves, on winning a CMA award for Album of the Year! Kacey and other studio family members and co-producers Ian Fitchuck and Daniel Tashian, all deserve a lot of credit. Golden Hour has seen great deal of success, selling over 107,000 copies so far since its release in March. Read more about Kacey Musgraves Wins CMA Award[…]
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Roy Clark this week. Clark died at the age of 85 due to complications of pneumonia. Roy was once the co-owner of Sound Emporium Studios in the 1980’s, and of course was a huge part of the country music scene as a Grammy, ACM and CMA Read more about RIP – Roy Clark[…]
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