Airshow Mastering—with locations in Boulder, Colo., Springfield, Va., and Takoma Park, Md.—announces that eight of its projects have received nominations for the 2010 Grammy Awards. Airshow has a proud history with the Grammy Awards, having four of the prestigious statues for restoration and historical work, while Airshow engineers have worked on more than 90 projects that have received nominations.
Airshow congratulates its project nominees, which are:
Best Zydeco or Cajun Album
Beausoleil Avec Michael Doucet: Alligator Purse (Yep Roc Records); David Glasser, mastering engineer; Michael Pillott, David Glasser and Michael Doucet, producers; Paul Antonell, engineer.
Best New Age Album
David Darling: Prayer For Compassion (Wind Over The Earth); Dominick Maita, mastering engineer; David Darling and Mickey Houlihan, producers; Mickey Houlihan, engineer.
Best Traditional Folk Album
Singing Through The Hard Times: A Tribute To Utah Phillips (Righteous Babe Records); Charlie Pilzer, mastering engineer; various producers and engineers.
Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album
Barry Scott and Second Wind: In God's Time (Rebel Records); David Glasser, mastering engineer; Barry Scott, producer; Dale Perry, engineer.
Best Native American Album
Johnny Whitehorse: Riders of The Healing Road (Silver Wave Records); David Glasser, mastering engineer; James Marienthal and Robert Mirabal, producers.
Best New Age Album
Peter Kater and Dominic Miller: In A Dream (Point Of Light Records); David Glasser, mastering engineer; Peter Kater, producer and engineer
Best Tejano Album
Los Texmaniacs: Borders Y Bailes (Smithsonian Folkways); Charlie Pilzer, mastering engineer; Max Baca, producer; Pete Reiniger and Joe Trevino, engineers
Best Musical Album for Children
Cathy and Marcy: Banjo to Beatbox (Community Music); Charlie Pilzer, mastering engineer; Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer, producers and engineers.
For more information, visit Airshow Mastering at airshowmastering.com and Airshow's Grammy Awards and Nominations; and read "Airshow at 25" from Mix's December 2008 issue and "Airshow Mastering Celebrates 25 Years" (a Q&A interview with Charlie Pilzer and David Glasser).