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NEW YORK (Top40 Charts/ Shore Fire Media) - Shore Fire artists earned 28 GRAMMY Award nominations, as announced last night by The Recording Academy. Maxwell earned six nominations, including Song of the Year, while Zac Brown Band earned three nominations, including Best New Artist. Additionally, Bruce Springsteen earned four nominations. Neko Case, Booker T. Jones, and Ledisi each earned multiple nominations as well. Shore Fire acts were nominated for GRAMMY Awards in an astonishing 23 different categories, ranging from R&B to folk music.

The 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards will be held January 31, 2010 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA and will be broadcast live on CBS.

GRAMMY Award nominations for Shore Fire artists:

Song Of The Year:

Pretty Wings
Hod David & Musze, songwriters (Maxwell)
Track from: Blacksummers' Night
[Columbia; Publishers: Sony/ATV Tunes/Muszewell, EMI April Music, Ben Ami Music.]

Best New Artist:

Zac Brown Band

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance:

Love You
Maxwell
Track from: Blacksummers' Night
[Columbia]

Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals:

Sea Of Heartbreak
Rosanne Cash & Bruce Springsteen
[Manhattan]

Best Pop Instrumental Performance:

Phoenix Rise
Maxwell
Track from: Blacksummers' Night
[Columbia]

Best Pop Instrumental Album:

Potato Hole
Booker T. Jones
[Anti]

Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance:

Change In The Weather
John Fogerty
Track from: The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again
[Verve Forecast]

Working On A Dream
Bruce Springsteen
Track from: Working On A Dream
[Columbia]

Best Rock Instrumental Performance:

Warped Sister
Booker T. Jones
Track from: Potato Hole
[ANTI]

Mr. Surfer Goes Jazzin'
Brian Setzer Orchestra
[Surfdog Records]

Best Rock Song:

Working On A Dream
Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen)
Track from: Working On A Dream
[Columbia; Publisher: Bruce Springsteen]

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance:

Goin' Thru Changes
Ledisi
Track from: Turn Me Loose
[Verve Forecast]

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance:

Pretty Wings
Maxwell
Track from: Blacksummers' Night
[Columbia]

Best R&B Song:

Pretty Wings
Hod David & Musze, songwriters (Maxwell)
Track from: Blacksummers' Night
[Columbia; Publishers: Sony/ATV Tunes/Muszewell, EMI April Music, Ben Ami Music.]

Best R&B Album:

Turn Me Loose
Ledisi
[Verve Forecast]

Blacksummers' Night
Maxwell
[Columbia]

Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals:

Chicken Fried
Zac Brown Band
Track from: The Foundation
[Home Grown/Big Picture/Atlantic]

Best Country Album:

The Foundation
Zac Brown Band
[Home Grown/Big Picture/Atlantic]

Best Tejano Album:

Borders Y Bailes
Los Texmaniacs
[Smithsonian Folkways Recordings]

Best Americana Album:

Electric Dirt
Levon Helm
[Dirt Farmer Music/Vanguard Records]

Best Contemporary Blues Album:

Live: Hope At The Hideout
Mavis Staples
[ANTI]

Back To The River
Susan Tedeschi
[Verve Forecast]

Best Traditional Folk Album:

High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project
Loudon Wainwright III
[2nd Story Sound Records]

Best Contemporary Folk Album:

Middle Cyclone
Neko Case
[ANTI]

Secret, Profane & Sugarcane
Elvis Costello
[Hear Music]

Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media:

The Wrestler (From The Wrestler)
Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen)
[Columbia; Publisher: Bruce Springsteen.]

Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s):

Quiet Nights
Claus Ogerman, arranger (Diana Krall)
Track from: Quiet Nights
[Verve]

Best Recording Package:

Middle Cyclone
Neko Case & Judge, art directors (Neko Case)
[ANTI]

Congratulations also to Ruben Studdard, who starred in Ain't Misbehavin', which was nominated for Best Musical Show Album; Daryl Hall & John Oates, who were nominated for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals from 'Live at the Troubadour'; and composer and violinist Mark O'Connor, who contributed the composition "Strings And Threads" to Sharon Isbin's "Journey To The New World."



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