Posts Tagged: Grammy

Freeloader Friday: The James Hunter Six, Sarah Neufeld & More


Attention Orchardites! Pause your ultimate Bieber playlist. Stop trying to sing like Adele. And for goodness’ sake, take a break from copping Drake’s crazy-uncle-at-your-annual-Thanksgiving-party dance moves. It’s Freeloader Friday and it’s time for me to show you what’s new at The Orchard. Check out this week’s highlights below. First up, get a taste of The James Hunter Six. A recent… Read more »

What’s Not To Love with Cécile McLorin Salvant?


Modern Jazz speaks many languages, but at age 25, nobody is more fluent that Cécile McLorin Salvant. With a show-stopping, Grammy-nominated debut record under her belt and a sophomore release on the horizon, it seems the sky is the limit for this classy, acclaimed virtuoso. Salvant was swept from the warm stage lights of small Jazz… Read more »

Take A Bow, 57th Grammy Award Nominees!


T’is the season… of awards! With that, Grammy nominations have just come in — and we couldn’t be more excited for our highlighted Orchard-repped artists and labels. Between Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Ruthie Foster, The Stanley Clarke Band and more, so many great releases were unleashed into the world this year. The San Francisco… Read more »

Brazilian Artists Come Alive to Save the Rainforests


The Rainforest Alliance, an international non-profit focused on Rainforest conservation, has joined up with multiple Brazilian artists to create an interactive music film project, The Floresta da Tijuca Sessions, to raise global awareness about the rainforests. The project will feature an amazing selection of Brazilian artists, including music by Grammy award-winning Caetano Veloso and Lenine, as well as Criolo,… Read more »