Vintage King Clients Pull In Over 50 Grammy Nominations

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At Vintage King Audio, our goal is to help our clients develop their sound and deliver results that will drop the jaws of listeners everywhere. Throughout 2014, they have done exactly that. We're extremely proud to announce that the Vintage King family of customers have had another successful year in the music industry, earning over 50 nominations for the 2015 Grammy Awards.

Vintage King's client base is spread out throughout the musical landscape, and with no specific mindset for genre, our customers are flexible in the types of music they write, produce and record. Congratulations to all of our friends and family who have had a successful year in 2014! Here is a list of 2015 Grammy nominees who work with Vintage King:

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Album of the Year Beck, Morning Phase Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

Beyonce, Beyonce Stuart White (Producer)

Pharell Williams, G I R L Ann Minceli (Engineer/Mixer)

Record of the Year Sam Smith “Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)” Rodney Jerkins (Producer)

Taylor Swift, “Shake It Off” Taylor Swift (Performer, Songwriter)

Meghan Trainor, “All About That Bass” Kevin Kadish (Performer, Songwriter, Producer)

Song of the Year Sam Smith “Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)” Rodney Jerkins (Producer)

Taylor Swift, “Shake It Off” Taylor Swift (Performer, Songwriter)

Meghan Trainor, “All About That Bass” Kevin Kadish (Performer, Songwriter, Producer)

Best Pop Solo Performance Taylor Swift, “Shake It Off” Taylor Swift (Performer, Songwriter)

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Best Rock Performance Ryan Adams, “Gimme Something Good” Ryan Adams (Performer, Songwriter)

Beck, “Blue Moon” Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

The Black Keys, “Fever” The Black Keys (Performers, Songwriters)

Jack White III, “Lazaretto” Jack White III (Performer, Songwriter)

Best Rock Song Beck, “Blue Moon” Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

The Black Keys, “Fever” The Black Keys (Performers, Songwriters)

Haley Williams & Taylor York, “Ain’t It Fun” Taylor York (Performer, Songwriter)

Jack White III, “Lazaretto” Jack White III (Performer, Songwriter)

Best Rock Album Beck, Morning Phase Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

Best Pop Vocal Album Coldplay, Ghost Stories Rik Simpson (Producer), Daniel Green (Producer)

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Coldplay, “A Skyfull of Stars” Rik Simpson (Producer), Daniel Green (Producer)

U2, Songs Of Innocence Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

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Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Kanye West & Charlie Wilson, “Bound 2” Kanye West (Performer, Producer, Songwriter), Che Pope (Producer) Noah Goldstein (Producer, Engineer)

Eminem, "The Monster" Eminem (Performer, Producer, Songwriter)

Best Rap Song Kanye West & Charlie Wilson, “Bound 2” Kanye West (Performer, Producer, Songwriter), Che Pope (Producer), Noah Goldstein (Producer, Engineer)

Best Rap Album Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP2 Eminem (Performer, Producer, Songwriter)

Best Rap Performance Eminem, "Rap God" Eminem (Performer, Producer, Songwriter)

Best Country Solo Performance Eric Church, “Give Me Back My Hometown” Eric Church (Performer, Songwriter)

Hunter Hayes, “Invisible” Hunter Hayes (Performer, Songwriter)

Miranda Lambert, “Automatic” Natalie Hemby (Songwriter)

Carrie Underwood, “Something In The Water” Carrie Underwood (Performer, Songwriter)

Keith Urban, “Cop Car” Keith Urban (Performer)

Best Country Song Kenny Chesney, “American Kids” Luke Laird (Songwriter)

Miranda Lambert, “Automatic” Natalie Hemby (Songwriter)

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” Jeffrey Steele (Songwriter)

Glen Campbell, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” Julian Raymond (Songwriter)

Eric Church, “Give Me Back My Hometown” Eric Church (Performer, Songwriter), Luke Laird (Songwriter)

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Best Country Duo/Group Performance Little Big Town, “Day Drinking” Little Big Town (Performers, Songwriters), Jay Joyce (Producer, Performer)

Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood, “Somethin’ Bad” Carrie Underwood (Performer)

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” Jeffrey Steele (Songwriter)

Keith Urban & Eric Church, “Raise ‘Em Up” Keith Urban (Performer), Eric Church (Performer)

Best Country Album Eric Church, The Outsiders Eric Church (Performer, Songwriter)

Miranda Lambert, Platinum Natalie Hemby (Songwriter)

Best Americana Album John Hiatt, Terms Of My Surrender John Hiatt (Performer)

Keb ‘ Mo’, Bluesamericana Keb ‘ Mo’ (Performer, Producer), Ross Hogarth (Mixing), Casey Wasner (Producer, Engineer)

Sturgill Simpson, Metamodern Sounds In Country Music Sturgill Simpson (Performer, Mixing)

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Best American Roots Performance Keb ‘ Mo’ f/ The California Feet Warmers, “The Old Me Better” Keb ‘ Mo’ (Performer, Producer), Ross Hogarth (Mixing), Casey Wasner (Producer, Engineer)

Best American Roots Song John Hiatt, “Terms Of My Surrender” John Hiatt (Performer)

Best Folk Album Old Crow Medicine Show, Remedy Old Crow Medicine Show (Performer)

Best Dance/Electronic Music Little Dragon, Nabuma Rubberband Håkan Wirenstrand (Performer)

Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella Pentatonix, “Daft Punk” Ben Bram (Arranger)

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Beck, Morning Phase Tom Elmhirst (Mixing)

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Best Alternative Music Album Arcade Fire, Reflektor Richard Reed Parry (Performer, Songwriter), Colin Stetson (Performer, Songwriter)

Cage The Elephant, Melophobia Cage The Elephant (Performers, Songwriters)

Jack White III, Lazaretto Jack White III (Performer, Songwriter)

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical John Hill

Best Song Written For Visual Media Glen Campbell, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” Julian Raymond (Songwriter)

Best Music Film Coldplay, Ghost Stories Rik Simpson (Producer), Daniel Green (Producer)

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