Peter Moore, a Hamilton native, made his hometown proud by winning a Grammy on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles. The recording he helped engineer, Bob Dylan: The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11, won the Best Historical Album category. He shared the accolades with Jan Haust (from London, ON), Steve Berkowitz, Jeff Rosen and Mark Wilder.
The six-CD collection features recently discovered 1967 recordings of Dylan and the Band. They were found in a locker of the Band's Garth Hudson. Peter assisted with restoring the amazing performances for all to hear.
Click here for the Spectator story on Peter.
Links: Bob Dylan, More Bob Dylan Stories, The Band, More Stories of the Band, Video above courtesy of Sony Music Italia
A sound engineer formerly from Burlington, Charles Moniz, worked on Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk ft Bruno Mars, which won Record of the Year.
Links: Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, Video above courtesy of Mark Ronson
Other Canadian winners at the Grammys included Justin Bieber, the Weeknd and Joni Mitchell.
Links: Joni Mitchell, More Joni Mitchell Stories, Video above courtesy of Terra Sanctum
Click here for a CBC story on the Canadian winners
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