Two Bear Family Records releases nominated for the 61st GRAMMY AWARD 2019
Two Bear Family Records Releases nominated for the 61st GRAMMY AWARD 2019
The Recording Acadamy has announced the 2019 GRAMMY nominees. The winners will be presented at a ceremony for the 61st Grammy Awards on February 10, 2019.
Once again, Bear Family releases have been nominated for the prestigious award – this year even two of our historic projects!Two Bear Family Records Releases nominated for the 61st GRAMMY AWARD 2019
‘At The Louisiana Hayride Tonight …’The legendary radio broadcasts from KWKH from the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s on 20 CDs. The Hayride was broadcasted live from the stage in Shreveport, Louisiana, and presented the most famous Country Music stars, future legends, regional greats and talented newcomers – a total of 167 different artists including Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Johnny Horton, Webb Pierce, Faron Young, Jim Reeves, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Rose Maddox, Frankie Miller, Cousin Emmy, June Carter, Roy Acuff, the Bailes Brothers, the Oklahoma Wranglers, Norma Jean, the Browns, the Carlisles, the Louvin Brothers, Jimmy Newman, Ray Price, Roger Miller, Ferlin Husky, Warren Smith, Wynn Stewart, Grandpa Jones, Rusty and Doug Kershaw, Slim Whitman and the Wilburn Brothers.
Congratulations to the producer of this majestic CD box set, Martin Hawkins!Two Bear Family Records Releases nominated for the 61st GRAMMY AWARD 2019
’Battleground Korea – Songs and Sounds of America’s Forgotten War – The musical history of the Korean War’on four CDs accompanied by an illustrated book with detailed liner notes and the history of the war, more than 100 country, blues, pop and gospel titles covering all facets of the war, including The Louvin Brothers, Fats Domino, Jean Shephard, B.B. King, Gene Autry and dozens of other artists.
Congratulations to the producer of this fantastic CD box set, Hugo Keesing!
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68. Best Historical Album
AT THE LOUISIANA HAYRIDE TONIGHT…
Martin Hawkins, compilation producer; Christian Zwarg, mastering engineer (Various Artists)
BATTLEGROUND KOREA: SONGS AND SOUNDS OF AMERICA’S FORGOTTEN WAR
Hugo Keesing, compilation producer; Christian Zwarg, mastering engineer (Various Artists)