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NARAS Rights a Wrong by Including Engineer Not Credited on Grammy Nominated Project

-- Engineer Kevin Edlin worked on the Nashville Symphony’s album of music
by composer Jonathan Leshnoff featuring the Violins of Hope, which has
been nominated for a Grammy in the Best Classical Compendium category –

Nashville, TN...Kevin Edlin was an engineer on the Nashville Symphony’s album of music by composer Jonathan Leshnoff. Unfortunately, he was left off of the official album credits, which is a problem familiar to the audio industry. When the project received a Grammy nomination, the Nashville Symphony and record label Naxos petitioned the Grammy organization to include Edlin. NARAS (The Recording Academy), was glad to make the necessary adjustments to the credits accompanying the Best Classical Compendium nominee.

In October, NARAS began an initiative called Behind the Record. This campaign champions all professional music creators and aims to connect with artist fan bases in order to give recognition to those who work tirelessly on recordings. They were able to prove with action and deed their respect for the “behind the record” professionals. Edlin is grateful to have been a part of a project that the Nashville Symphony played so masterfully at concerts and on the sessions for this album. “I am thankful to the management of the Nashville Symphony and producer Tim Handley for having me on this project. Working with Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero, Jonathan Leshnoff and fellow engineers Trevor Wilkinson and Gary Call was such a pleasure." 

For more information, find Kevin Edlin online on his website or on Facebook.

Press contact:
Nicole Cochran


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