17 ReverbNation Artists Nominated for the 2016 GRAMMY Awards

Nominations for the 2016 GRAMMY Awards were announced on Monday, and once again, we have a great number of ReverbNation artists joining the ranks of Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd as official GRAMMY nominees. With more than 17 nominations in 14 different categories, these ReverbNation artists cover a wide range of the musical spectrum. Check out the nominations, and then hear music from each nominated artist in our playlist below. And make sure you tune into CBS on February 15th for the main event!

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HighlySuspect

Highly Suspect, ReverbNation Artists since 2010

Best Rock Song
Highly Suspect (Lydia)

Best Rock Album
Highly Suspect (Mister Asylum)

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
Wouter Kellerman (Love Language)
Bill Frisell (Guitar in the Space Age!)

Best New Age Album
Ron Korb (Asia Beauty)

Best Jazz Instrumental album
Terence Blanchard (Breathless)

Travis Greene, ReverbNation Artist since 2013

Best Gospel Performance/ Song
Travis Greene (Intentional)

Best Gospel Album
Jonathan McReylonds (Life Music: Stage Two)

Best Latin Pop Album
Alex Cuba (Healer)

Best Roots Gospel Album
Karen Peck & New River (Pray Now)

 

Best Blues Album
John Primer (Muddy Waters 100)

Rocky Dawuni, RN Aritst since 2010

Rocky Dawuni, ReverbNation Aritst since 2010

Best Reggae Album
Morgan Heritage (Strictly Roots)
Rocky Dawuni (Branches of The Same Tree)
Jah Cure (The Cure)

Best Children’s Album
Gustafer Yellowgold (Dark Pie Concerns)

Best Instrumental Composition
Turtle Island Quartet (Confetti Man)

Best Remixed Recording Non-Classical
CFCF (Berlin By Overnight (CFCF Remix))
JES (Hold On (Fatum Remix))

 

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  • Hyram Posey - January 21, 2016 reply

    How does a person present his song or composition to be considered for a Grammy Nominee, and to whom….?

    Sam - January 25, 2016 reply

    Hi Hryam — Looking at the GRAMMY website, it looks like submissions come from Academy members as well as registered partners (labels, PROs, etc.). Here is the excerpt from their site:

    The Academy accepts entries online from its members and from registered media companies. Entrants are provided information on how to submit their recordings electronically for consideration.

    Hope that helps!

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