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The Derek Trucks Band Wins Grammy Award For 'Best Contemporary Blues Album' for Already Free
Alternative, 08/02/2010 Comment

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Sony Masterworks) - THE DEREK TRUCKS BAND celebrates their first Grammy win taking home a 2010 award for "Best Contemporary Blues Album" for their latest release, ALREADY FREE.
ALREADY FREE, praised by Rolling Stone Magazine as their "most accessible blues-rock set to date," is one of the band's most successful efforts.
Released last January, the band broke a personal record when the album debuted at No 19 on Billboard's Top 200 Chart, DTB's highest career debut.
It also debuted at No 1 on the Internet Chart, No 4 on the Rock Chart and No 1 on the Blues chart.

After touring non-stop around the world for 16 years, DTB announced in November that they are taking a hiatus for 2010. To commemorate their 2009 Tour, Sony Masterworks will release a live CD in the Spring from the Already Free tour. This will be their first full-length live album since 2004's Live At Georgia Theatre.

RCA Red Seal, Sony Classical, deutsche harmonia mundi, Masterworks Broadway and Masterworks Jazz are labels of Sony Masterworks. For e-mail updates and information regarding RCA Red Seal, Sony Classical, RCA deutsche harmonia mundi, Masterworks Broadway and Masterworks Jazz artists, promotions, tours and repertoire, please visit www.sonymasterworks.com.
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