IAMA winner Will Ackerman has earned himself another nomination (Best New Age Album) at the upcoming 65th annual Grammy Awards for his album “Positano Songs”. Grammy winners will be revealed during the live ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023 from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. See the full list of Grammy nominees at: https://www.grammy.com/news/2023-grammy-nominations-complete-winners-nominees-list
Will Ackerman won the Best Instrumental Award in the 2021 IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards) along with Trumpet and Flugelhorn player Jeff Oster and Tom Eaton, a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and mastering engineer. William is a guitarist and record producer. He won a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album “Returning” in 2004. They received Grammy nominations in 2022.
ABOUT IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards)
IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards) promotes the art and artistry of acoustic music performance and artistry. In its 19th year, IAMA has a proven track record of winners going on to hit the Billboard Charts. Meghan Trainor won Best Female Artist at the 2010 IAMA and went on to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts, 200 Album charts and won a Grammy for Best New Artist. Besides winning the Grammy Award, Meghan has also won two Billboard Music Awards.
Ron Korb (Best Instrumental Winner of the 12th Annual IAMA) was a Grammy Award nominee in the Best New Age Album category. 2nd Annual IAMA winner Zane Williams’s winning song was recorded by country music star Jason Michael Carroll, that song hit #14 on Billboard Country Charts and #99 on Billboard Hot 100 Charts. Jeff Gutt, finalist at the 9th Annual IAMA was a runner-up on X-Factor USA.
For more information on the IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards), please go to: https://inacoustic.com