CONCORD MUSIC CONGRATULATES ITS GRAMMY®AWARD-WINNING ARTISTS
Concord Music, one of the world’s leading independent music publishing and recorded music companies, is celebrating its artists who won GRAMMY® Awards this evening at the 60th annual ceremony in New York City. Concord’s diverse roster of artists is well-represented by wins for recordings on the Stax and Concord Records labels.
Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ performed "Duck Diving Blues” during the Premiere Ceremony from their album TajMo. That album went on to win the GRAMMY® a few minutes later for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Lynell George took home the Best Album Notes award for Live at The Whisky a Go Go: The Complete Recordings (Otis Redding). This was her first nomination and therefore her first win.
One of the evening’s most rousing performances came from Concord Music artist and GRAMMY®-nominee Jazzmeia Horn who performed a tribute to American jazz legend Jon Hendricks. "Moanin’”, is a track on the album for which she was nominated, A Social Call on the Prestige label.
"The breadth of the talent at Concord Music, both our artists and our staff, never ceases to amaze me,” commented CEO Scott Pascucci. "Congratulations to all of the nominees and winners in the Concord family. We are proud to be on your team and are grateful for the opportunity to work with each of you.”
Below is a complete list of Concord Music’s winners:
Best Contemporary Blues Album
Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ – TajMo
Best Album Notes
Live At The Whisky a Go: The Complete Recordings (Otis Reddings)
About Concord Music
Concord Music is an independent, worldwide leader in the development, acquisition, and management of recorded music and music publishing rights including theatrical performance rights. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, London, Berlin, and Cleveland, Concord Music has a diverse and vibrant roster of active recording artists, composers, and songwriters, and a vast and historic catalog of works by some of the most treasured names in music history.
Concord Music's master recording portfolio contains more than 10,000 active albums and includes no less than 264 GRAMMY® winners (representing approximately 6.25% of all the Grammys ever awarded) and 405 titles that have been certified by the RIAA as either gold, platinum, multi-platinum or diamond. Concord Music’s active labels – Concord Records, Fantasy Records, Fearless Records, Loma Vista Recordings, Razor & Tie (including the dynamic Kidz Bop brand), and Rounder Records – collectively release more than 100 new recordings per year across many musical genres. Concord Music’s historical labels, which are managed by its Craft Recordings team, include such storied imprints as Milestone, Musart, Nitro, Pablo, Prestige, Riverside, Savoy, Specialty, Stax, Telarc, Vee-Jay, and Wind-up.
Concord Music’s publishing business was transformed in 2017 when it acquired Imagem Music Group and integrated it with Concord’s existing publishing operation, The Bicycle Music Company. This combination resulted in a catalog of over 380,000 copyrighted works, spanning all musical genres and containing many of the world’s most celebrated compositions. Concord Music also supports a diverse group of current composers and songwriters who are continually creating important and commercially-successful new musical works. With the Imagem acquisition, Concord Music also added Boosey & Hawkes, the world’s leading specialist classical music publisher, and the legendary Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization, both of which remain as individual business units under the Concord Music umbrella.
Concord Music is the operating entity of Alchemy Copyrights LLC, an investment company that is owned by Barings Alternative Investments, Sound Investors, and seventy institutional and individual partners, including forty members of Concord Music’s management team. At the forefront of intellectual property valuation, acquisition and utilization, the Concord Music investment underscores the partners’ belief in the lasting and appreciating global value of superior original entertainment content.