“I was in Asia touring [when I found out about my nomination] and my manager called me so flabbergasted,” said Diplo. ”It took me a while to accept it, and then all the Twitter [congratulations] starting rolling in … and it started sinking in how huge of a deal it is. … I think [Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical] is one of the most important awards because we’re the guys who are back there putting our heart and soul in the music.”
Producer and singer/songwriter Butch Walker was among the participants at the recent GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map For Today’s Music Pro hosted by The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter. During the event, Walker participated in an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, discussing the influence of the stage of Georgia on his music, his recording process and his book Drinking With Strangers: Music Lessons From A Teenage Bullet Belt, among other topics.
The Recording Academy Pacific Northwest Chapter played host for GRAMMYs On The Road At The Sasquatch! Music Festival held in George, Wash. The Chapter conducted exclusive backstage interviews with artists performing at the festival, including electronica DJ/producer Felix Cartal and hip-pop producer/MC Katie Kate.
In an exclusive interview, GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer discusses Making Rumours, his new book detailing the making of Fleetwood Mac’s iconic album…
While there is an exclusive club of artists who can boast about having a GRAMMY-winning album, only a handful, such as Fleetwood Mac, can claim their album became an actual phenomenon. And only a select few, including GRAMMY-winning producer Ken Caillat, can say they had a front-row seat for the birth of said phenomenon.