SUGAR & JOY, PRODUCED BY JIMMY NUTT, NAMED TRADITIONAL ROOTS ALBUM OF THE YEAR.
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The Dead South celebrated their second JUNO Award win for Traditional Roots Album of the Year last night, announced in a virtual awards show that also featured the bluegrass quartet performing at an empty venue in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the intended host city Ms edge. As displayed on the marquee at the start of the clip (JUNOS 2020 CANCELLED), this year’s event took a much different form.
Sugar & Joy, the band’s third full-length album, was recorded in Sheffield, Alabama and helmed by Grammy winning producer Jimmy Nutt 나눔고딕코딩 다운로드. To celebrate their JUNO Award win, The Dead South share a video from the vault for “Alabama People,” filmed on location at The Nutthouse and around the Muscle Shoals region Samsung genuine firmware download.
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