Tuesday, January 28, 2020

CONGRATS! Canadian Bluesman Colin Linden Wins Grammy

Canadian Bluesman Colin Linden (member of local group Blackie and The Rodeo Kings) made his country proud when he won a Grammy on Sunday, January 26, 2020. He was the co-producer of  Keb' Mo's latest album Oklahoma, winner of the Best Americana Album award. The pair even accepted the hardware together.


Links: Colin Linden, More Colin Linden StoriesKeb' Mo', More Keb' Mo' StoriesVideo above courtesy of Recording Academy / GRAMMYs

Video above courtesy of Keb' Mo'

His Rodeo Kings bandmate, Tom Wilson had this to say on Facebook:
I am bustin’ with Joy and yes that is in fact how it’s done baby!!!!
Congratulations to my brother Colin Linden and my friend KEB ‘MO for winning a damn Grammy last night in LA for the poetic genius of #Oklahoma
Stephen Fearing (also from the Rodeo Kings) was proud his buddy as well"
So excited to watch my fellow Rodeo King, Colin Linden walk onstage with Keb Mo who accepted the Grammy for his Americana Album of the year “Oklahoma”, which Colin co-produced.
Click here for the FYI Music News story

Other Canadian nominees included: Drake, Shawn Mendes, Jessie Reyez and Daniel Caesar.

Blast from the Past: Rodeo Kings CD Review

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